Our district has purchased a vast set of ERAC websites and links that offer student centred ideas and resources for learners from K-12. Each database offers connections to the the Big Ideas as well as curricular and core competencies our new curriculum focuses on. There is a K-12 Resource Collection (link here) and The BC Digital Classroom (link here).
Grades 5-8 Curriculum
Free, ERAC approved teaching resource has videos, lessons and activities to discuss racism, bullying and our fight for equality. Powerful! www.chooseyourvoice.ca
Grades 8 – College Humanities Resource
Free, online and informative. Curriculum-based, it broaches topics of historical oppression, hatred, discrimination and heroism. Videos, lessons, activities and discussions.
Feel free to browse our websites – they are contemporary and rich with historical facts to help you navigate these troubling times.
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Reach out to us for support as you engage in discussions about race, Indigenous history, The Holocaust, white privilege, Black Lives Matter, white supremacy, immigration, Islamophobia, antisemitism, media bias and so much more!
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Code BChas put together a bountiful resource for our new coding and computational thinking curricula. The opportunities range from K-12 depending on you and your students experience with computational thinking and coding.
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