Schedule

Friday, October 22, 2021

    • KEYNOTE Leah-Simone Bowen -- The Power of Story

    • “BC History: The Stories of Working People” Labour History has fantastic resources!
    • Engaging students in curatorial thinking
    • Lessons From Anne Frank and a Virtual Tour of the Secret Annex
    • Old Stories, New Formats: Contemporary Antisemitism and How to Stand Up Against It
    • Re-Visioning the Earth's Story: Transformative Pedagogies for Well-Being in Challenging Times
    • Saffron Threads: An Early Look at Upcoming South Asian Canadian Educational Resources
    • Speaker Series - Gwynne Dyer: CLIMATE WARS
    • Speaker Series - The Creation of the Vimy Myth: David Borys
    • The Power of Story: bringing literature into the social studies classroom

    • BCSSTA Annual General Meeting

    • Engaging Students in Storywork
    • Learning together while apart: New virtual field trips from the Canadian Museum of Immigration
    • Narrative Art & Visual Storytelling in Holocaust and Human Rights Education
    • Social Justice Approaches to Teaching about the Law
    • Speaker Series - Jeff McLaughlin - How stories can lead to conversations which can lead to greater engagement.
    • Speaker Series - Sheila Pree Bright - Unmasked: #1960Now Sheila Pree Bright and the Black Lives Matter Movement
    • Using historical thinking to deepen understanding
    • Voting Rights through Time
    • Was there ever a time when you were a little sexist/racist/classist? - Weaving stories into social justice content across the curriculum

    • BC Tomorrow – Interactive Technology for Investigating Sustainability
    • Diversifying the Development Narrative: Teaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals through gamification and community-engaged learning
    • Journey to Human Rights: Virtual field trips at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights Virtual Tour
    • Justice for All: Law Lessons for the Social Studies Classroom
    • Participate in Climate Education Reform
    • Speaker Series ART AS A TRANSFORMATIVE PEDAGOGY TOWARDS DECOLONIAL LITERACY: Shannon Leddy
    • Supporting Asia and Asian History Teaching through resources for Teachers
    • Using Student-Designed Websites to Transform "Assessment" into "Advocacy."
    • Where Do We Grow From Here? Hands-on Human Geography FULL