Educational Approaches and Strategies:
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Educational Resources on LEARN
Some Missing Pages and A WW1 Soldier's Story
"A project on the presence of the Black community in Quebec and Canada." Note: We were unable to import the Missing Pages section of the old site, but the book has been made available. Download
Also, we have created PDFs of the old learning scenario a Soldier's Story, which refers to the sections in the original book. Download
Black Loyalists in the context of other Loyalist movements
An overview of loyalist experiences and Black settlements Go to page
Tracing Black Histories througout the QEP program
As we at LEARN curate and build learning materials for the new HQC program here, we are allowing ourselves to wander into its various margins. Expanding on the program's "knowledge" lists, we are beginning a process that traces the contributions of different groups, over time and into the future, in Quebec and elsewhere too. We have only just begun, but feel free to take a look here
Education Guides & Teacher Resources available elsewhere online
ABC's of Canadian Black History
The ABC’s of Canadian Black History is a pre-designed curriculum enhancer tailored to an educator’s perspective for in-class teaching, presentations as well as in-depth study and research. The Kit can be used in elementary through university to inform students of the contributions of the Black community to the development of Canada since the 1600’s. The largely ignored historical role of Blacks throughout Canadian history is particularly relevant today in the multiethnic and multicultural environments in our present day schools and educational institutions. Go to site
Black History Canada Education Guide by Historical Canada.
This guide is now on page at Encylopedia Canada. Go to site
See also their older list of suggestions here.
People of African Descent
This lesson plan introduces a selection of historical works by artists' of African descent and portraits of individuals of African descent in the collection of the National Gallery of Canada. Go to site
Black History Month Lessons & Resources at NEA.
American site but with applicable lesson ideas & resources for use in Canadian classrooms. Go to site
Guide to Online Resources for Teaching and Learning about Black History in Canada blog post by @AndreaEidinger Article with some good ideas and links to resources, media, social media, etc. Go to site
Your ideas on how to teach black history beyond Black History Month.
CBC Forum article and comments by viewers on how to teach Black History Month, etc. Go to site
Ontario Black History Society. Notes on events, places to visit and resources. See their educator guide PDF at bottom of the page. Go to site
The Underground Railroad Lesson on Historical Thinking site
Students use the National Geographic website to participate in an online simulation that traces the journey to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Go to site
The Amistad Case
Primary source documents & U.S. v. Amistad: A Case of Jurisdiction on DocsTeach. Go to site
Lesson activity looks at the life of Richard Pierpoint
Taken offline, this activity can still be found at Archives.org. Go to site
Long Walk of Nelson Mandela Viewers' & Teachers' Guide
Contexts, discussion questions, family activities Go to site
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