Classroom Supports → Social Justice

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

Race Conscious: Raising Race Conscious Children

This site offers titles of books and other resources that discuss race with young children. Great starting point for teachers who want to bring race and diversity discussions into the classroom.

Race Conscious: Raising Race Conscious Children

Teaching Mathematics Through a Social Justice Lens

This resource provides a Grade 5 example of a social justice approach to math where students work collaboratively to understand the implications and situations they are working with. It is about creating problems that are relevant to students’ lives.

Teaching Mathematics Through a Social Justice Lens

TakeITGlobal: Empowering Youth to Act

This content-rich, customizable online classroom allows educators and students access to a range of free online tools, resources, and learning activities about youth mental health. The mental health thematic classrooms is equipped with technological tools such as blogs, discussion boards, and live video chat and includes 20 comprehensive learning activities and other helpful content.

TakeITGlobal: Empowering Youth to Act