Classroom Supports → Social Justice

Onion Lake youth promote resilience and coping strategies through music video

This is a music video made by Indigenous youth talking about relevant issues they are facing. A brave, positive and inspiring lens that teachers can use to teach various issues like reconciliation, treaty rights etc.

Onion Lake youth promote resilience and coping strategies through music video

EdCan Network

This website has lots of information for teachers and information for network events. Some events include truth and reconciliation, reading recovery etc.

EdCan Network

Teaching Tolerance

This is a website that provides teachers with curriculum support (lesson plans, articles) to critically plan and teach from a social justice lens and ensure all are represented.

Teaching Tolerance

Embrace Race Raising a Brave Generation

This is a website that is dedicated to helping educators think, talk and ensure they are keeping race in mind as they plan their lessons and learning spaces. It is a website that helps educators ensure their classrooms are not colour blind but rather culturally relevant and responsive.

Embrace Race Raising a Brave Generation

Mirrors, Windows, Doors Celebrating Diversity in a whole world of Children’s and YA Literature

A website dedicated to thinking about diversity in literature. There are many articles and theme-related reading lists for elementary, middle and high school students. This website helps educators critically assess the literature they share with students.

Mirrors, Windows, Doors Celebrating Diversity in a whole world of Children’s and YA Literature

Teaching Tolerance

A website created by the Southern Poverty Law Center for an educator to provide teaching resource to help reduce prejudice, improve intergroup relations, and support equitable school experiences.

Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Human Rights in Ontario – A Guide for Ontario Schools

A resource developed by the Ontario Human Rights Commission to help teach the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Teaching Human Rights in Ontario – A Guide for Ontario Schools

Facing History and Ourselves Canada

This website provides educators with the tools, strategies, resources, and professional development for students to explore themes of prejudice, judgment and justice, and civic responsibility.

Facing History and Ourselves Canada

Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN)

Curriculum linked classroom resources that introduce young people to the justice system, help them understand the law and their rights, and build their legal capability.

Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN)

Making Space: Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice Throughout the K – 12 Curriculum

This resource was developed by the British Columbia Ministry of Education developed to assist teachers in teaching social justice issues in the classroom.

Making Space: Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice Throughout the K – 12 Curriculum