Teacher Support

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We know that teachers are busy. That’s why we’ve paired our free educational resources with teacher support tools. We hope the webinars below provide inspiration and ideas to make our resources work in your classroom. 

Stay tuned to this page! This school year, we’ll be adding to our teacher support tools. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates. 

Webinar series (archived)

Title: Civics and Beyond! Wizards and Trains for Your Civics and Politics Classroom (English only)
Organizers: Elections Canada and the Ontario Teachers’ Federation
Description: This webinar explores two Elections Canada activities at the heart of political participation: Does Voting Matter? and Civic Action: Then and Now. Explore these two lessons to support political thinking, collaboration and democratic participation.
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Title: Élections et démocratie, au-delà de l’éducation civique! (French only)
Organizers: Elections Canada and the Ontario Teachers’ Federation
Description: This webinar explores two of Elections Canada’s lessons: Voting Rights through Time and Civic Action: Then and Now. Discover how these resources encourage collaboration, political thinking and democratic participation. 
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Title: Inclusion and Civic Action: Inquiry Activities for Your History Classroom (English only)
Organizers: Elections Canada and the Ontario Teachers’ Federation
Description: This webinar looks at two inquiry-based lessons from Elections Canada: Voting Rights through Time and Civic Action: Then and Now. Explore these two lessons through reflection, discussion and best practices in historical thinking.
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Title: Inquiring about Elections: Literacy, Numeracy and Global Competencies (English only)
Organizers: Elections Canada the Ontario Teachers’ Federation
Description: This webinar explores two lessons from Elections Canada to help your students become actively engaged citizens: Elections by the Numbers and Does Voting Matter?. Explore these two teaching resources to learn how students can draw on their creativity and problem-solving skills in many learning contexts. 
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Title: Mapping Electoral Boundaries and Exploring Electoral Communities (English only)
Organizers: Elections Canada and the Ontario Teachers’ Federation
Description: Take part in two activities from Elections Canada that can help your students develop geographic thinking: Geography of Elections and Mapping Electoral Districts. Through these resources, students will explore what factors help to determine electoral boundaries, how they are part of an electoral community, and how that community compares with others.
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