Schedule

Friday, October 25, 2019

    • 12 New & Dynamic Digital Media resources from the National Film Board of Canada: Documentary, Animation & Interactive productions that support BC’s new Social Studies curriculum. LIMITED SPOTS
    • BC Tomorrow – Innovative Technology for Sustainable learning
    • Biochemical Warfare and Human Experimentation Mini Unit for New 10-12 BC Social Studies Curriculum LIMITED SPOTS
    • Civic Action: Then and Now
    • Cycles of Hate - Make it Stop!
    • Defining Place With BC's New Social Studies 11 Curricum
    • Discover the New Museum of North Vancouver
    • Facing History and Ourselves: The 60s Scoop FULL
    • From Bystanders to Rescuer: The Dynamics of Moral Decision Making During the Holocaust LIMITED SPOTS
    • Graphic Novels for BC Social Studies classrooms: A Review LIMITED SPOTS
    • National Film Board -- Birth of a Family -- Film Screening This is is now AM only!
    • NO TIME LIKE NOW: Holistic Learning for Global Sustainability
    • Playing Toward the Work of Truth & Reconciliation with Social Studies Classes
    • Potlatch Blanket for a China Man
    • Settler Conversations
    • Teaching the Holocaust in class using first hand account from the Azrieli Foundation’s Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program
    • The History of Indigenous Labour In BC: The Importance of Teaching About It
    • Vancouver Heritage Study Guide for Schools: Connecting new curriculum with local heritage and history resources for classrooms
    • When faced with choices, how do we determine what is the "right thing" to do?
    • Where Do We Grow from Here? Hands-on Human Geography LIMITED SPOTS

    • Cross Cultural Strathcona Walking Tour FULL

    • 12 New & Dynamic Digital Media resources from the National Film Board of Canada: Documentary, Animation & Interactive productions that support BC’s new Social Studies curriculum. LIMITED SPOTS
    • Anthropologists Go Back to School (AGBS)
    • Barkerville is RICH IN HISTORY: virtual resources for Gold Rush lesson plans
    • Bringing Students to the Front Lines: The Ethics of Student Travel in the Global South
    • Civic Action: Then and Now
    • Cycles of Hate - Make it Stop!
    • Defining Place With BC's New Social Studies 11 Curricum
    • Embed National Geographic Geo-Inquiry into your social studies lessons! FULL
    • Free Voting and Democracy-themed Resources and Programs for Teachers
    • From Bystanders to Rescuer: The Dynamics of Moral Decision Making During the Holocaust LIMITED SPOTS
    • Genealogy Research in the Socials Studies Classroom
    • Incorporating Asia Resources - Grades 6, 9, and senior electives all NEW and classroom-ready
    • Out In Schools & Indigenous Perspectives Program
    • Playing Toward the Work of Truth & Reconciliation with Social Studies Classes LIMITED SPOTS
    • Settler Conversations
    • Teaching the Holocaust in class using first hand account from the Azrieli Foundation’s Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program
    • The B.C. Ethics Bowl - A Collaborative Learning Challenge: a debate of ideas based on respect, listening, and critical thinking
    • The History of Indigenous Labour In BC: The Importance of Teaching About It
    • Vancouver Heritage Study Guide for Schools: Connecting new curriculum with local heritage and history resources for classrooms
    • When faced with choices, how do we determine what is the "right thing" to do?
    • Where Do We Grow from Here? Hands-on Human Geography

Saturday, October 26, 2019