Understanding Contemporary Issues Through a Deep Understanding of History: A Resource List

Posted by Facing History and Ourselves Canada on September 14, 2020

This resource list is part of a blog titled, Engaging as Co-Conspirators in Anti-Racism Work, which is a statement about our commitment as the staff of Facing History and Ourselves Canada to our mission to stand up against bigotry and racism. The Facing History and Ourselves Canada team have been reading, watching, and learning from the following resources. This is by no means an exhaustive list and we would love to hear from you what you are reading, and who are the voices that you are learning from. 

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Topics: Choosing to Participate, Learning, reflection, Reading List, Scope & Sequence, anti-racism

Remixing Facing History and Ourselves For Middle Years

Posted by Jon Sorokowski on March 21, 2019

Ever since attending my first Facing History and Ourselves workshop, I have looked for ways to incorporate Facing History pedagogy into my middle-years classroom. This year, I used the scope and sequence and pedagogical triangle to design the structure of my Grade 8 English Language Arts course.

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Topics: Strategies, Book, English, stolen lives, Reading List, Decolonizing Schools, Facing Canada, cross curricular teaching and learning

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