Natalie Steele

Natalie Steele is a teacher with the Peel District School Board and has been in education for over ten years. She currently works in the secondary panel as a History, Geography and Law teacher. She is passionate about social justice, culturally responsive pedagogy and dismantling anti-Black racism.

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4 Resources to Enrich Your Courses with Black Canadian History Content (Part 1)

Posted by Natalie Steele on September 22, 2020

This blog post is the first in a multi-part series. Natalie Steele, an educator with Peel District School Board in Ontario, will be sharing additional resources and strategies for your classroom over the next few months on the topics of Black identities, humanizing stories, amplifying missing voices in the curriculum, and correcting the systemic abuses of history in schooling.

High School Students in Class, by Photo by Jeswin Thomas from Pexels

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Topics: Diversity, Canadian History, black history

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