Erez Zobary

Erez Zobary is a Program Specialist at Facing History and Ourselves and holds a Bachelor of Arts and Education from Queen's University. Erez graduated as an English and History high school teacher with a specialization in social justice education and is passionate about empowering youth through engaging content. In addition to education, Erez is a musician and regularly performs and composes original music.

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Choosing to Participate this Holiday Season

Posted by Erez Zobary on December 18, 2019

With the holidays approaching many of us are busy organizing family dinners, making or buying gifts for our loved ones and maybe even preparing for travel. As we anticipate this festive time of year, it can feel like the weeks are passing extra quickly with little time to slow down and savour the moment. Before you and your students break for the holidays, I wanted to leave you with a few ideas to spur reflection and personal growth in yourself and your students - ideas I hope will bring new energy into the new decade. 

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Topics: Choosing to Participate, classroom lesson, Holiday lesson

2 Mini Lessons for When Your Students Have Checked Out for the Holidays

Posted by Erez Zobary on December 18, 2019

Lesson #1: Reflecting on Our Consumption Patterns: How to be a more conscious consumer

(30-35 minutes)

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Topics: Choosing to Participate, classroom lesson

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