Our free virtual field trips allow students from across Canada to take part in the Museum’s human rights education programs, in English or French. Our program interpreters are ready to talk to your students about foundational human rights concepts, what it means to be an upstander, the Supreme Court of Canada and how historic violations have shaped our view of rights today. This session will be a live 45-minute virtual field trip of the museum galleries and overview of our programs. There will be an opportunity for questions and a brief overview of other digital resources ready for your classroom. Visit www.humanrights.ca/education to learn more.
Middle and Secondary teachers