This film and accompanying mini-lesson will serve as an introduction to Inuit culture for your students, focusing on language and traditional cultural practices. By exploring these fundamental cultural elements, students will gain insight into Miss Campbell’s emphasis on the integration of Inuit culture within her curriculum.
Author : NFB Educator Network
Work Different examines changes in remote work during the pandemic; explores its effects on corporate culture, private life, and productivity; and offers perspectives on corporate adaptations and strategies in response.
The documentary series Maisonneuve (2023), by Jean-Martin Gagnon, takes us into the world of Collège de Maisonneuve following the events of 2015. The protagonists recall key moments in the development of their identities as well as their social selves.
Mark Black History Month by teaching citizenship education through animated films for students in both primary and secondary school.
Enjoy a mini-lesson on Our Maternal Home and Stories Are in Our Bones that explores the theme of Indigenous identity for students aged 15+!
This mini-lesson on Martha provides teachers with activities and questions to lead discussions on the Holocaust for students aged 15-17.
A group of women discuss and try to break cultural taboos about female sexuality. They support each other to overcome the trauma of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) and reclaim ownership of their own bodies.
This mini lesson invites students to analyze where art materials come from by looking at the impact of drawing on the natural world to make ink. They will also explore concepts of permanence and ephemerality and can engage in geographically tracking the movement of Logan’s inks from place to place.
While our approach to teaching history highlights well-known contributions, it may occasionally leave other soldiers in the shadows.
We often think of standing up against injustice as a matter of public protest, social media posting, or criticizing opponents. But what happens when pursuing justice includes personal sacrifice, social ostracism and potentially cutting yourself off from your community?
Treaty education is integral to understanding Indigenous culture. Enlighten your students with a post that details the history behind Treaties and Treaty-making in Canada.
This mini-lesson on The Girl With The Red Beret provides teachers with activities and questions to lead discussions on French as a second language for students aged 12-14.