Virtual workshops - Email request

Want to book a virtual PD workshop with Elections Canada? Email us at education@elections.ca. An education coordinator will be in touch within two business days about your booking.

Please include the following information in your email:

 

  1. Your name
  2. Your work email
  3. Language of the presentation:
    • English
    • French
    • Bilingual
  4. Your province or territory
  5. Please indicate the type of professional learning presentation you are seeking:
    • Virtual presentation for secondary teachers
    • Virtual presentation for teacher-candidates at a Faculty of Education
    • Other
  6. Your educational institution - What school, board or division, university or association is this presentation for?
  7. About how many participants will be taking part in the session?
  8. How long would you like the presentation to be?
    • 1 hour or less
    • 1–2 hours
    • 2 or more hours
  9. What day would be ideal for the presentation?
  10. What time would be ideal? Please indicate morning or afternoon and your time zone.
  11. Please provide an alternate date that would work for your group.
  12. Please provide an alternate time that would work for your group.
  13. What presentation platform does your school or group regularly use? Please indicate all that apply:
    • Microsoft Teams
    • Zoom
    • Google Meet
    • Webex
    • Other
  14. Which of the following Elections Canada resources are most relevant to your group? All resources are designed to be used in secondary classrooms.
    • Digital Skills for Democracy
    • Mapping Electoral Districts
    • Civic Action: Then and Now
    • Does Voting Matter?
    • Voting Rights through Time
    • Elections by the Numbers
    • Geography of Elections
    • Election Simulation Toolkit
    • Unsure (an education coordinator can make a recommendation)
  15. Which of the following topics would you like us to address? Please indicate all that apply.
    • Blended learning
    • Critical thinking
    • Inquiry pedagogy
    • Disciplinary thinking (e.g., historical, geographical, political)
    • Engaging students in civic action
    • Why civic education is important
    • Addressing global competencies
    • Supporting language learners and/or literacy skills
    • Other
  16. Do you have further comments or questions?
  17. Do you consent to receiving emails from Elections Canada with information about civic education programs and new resources?

 

Other ways to communicate with Elections Canada

Telephone: 1-800-463-6868
TTY: 1-800-361-8935
Fax: 1-888-524-1444