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Global Dignity Day (Wed, October 17, 11:00-13:30 ET)
On October 17th, 2012, classrooms all around the world will once again be celebrating Global Dignity Day.
Last year, 22 schools and over 3,400 students in schools across Canada joined together to honour the intrinsic value and interconnectedness of each individual.
As a participating school partner of Global Dignity Day Canada, you would connect your class to the Parliament in Ottawa (Justin Trudeau and members from each national party), hearing from inspirational speakers who personally have struggled or been perceived to have struggled with Dignity. Their moving stories will unite the country and inspire your students to discover and share their personal Dignity story.
This is the second year that we ran this event and it is truly inspirational!
For more information, and to see just how global this event really is, please visit www.globaldignity.ca
Format on the day of the event:
- 30 minute series of key note speakers..
- 85 minute breakout session in which students create and share their own dignity stories and make a Dignity Pledge (within their own class).
- 35 minute session in which we go across Canada and get each site to share one dignity story. (It is super powerful!!)
Contact Craig Bullett (email@example.com) if you are interested. He can fast-track you through the registration since they are looking for representation from Quebec. He can help l figure out how to get you to a VC site if you don’t have one already in your school (every Anglophone Quebec board has several options now).
The Canadian Museum of Civilization has put together an impressive website surrounding their exhibition entitled God(s), which includes various theme-based resources and tours of the exhibition’s artifacts.
Check it out at
NEW on LEARN: Powerpoints on religious objects, representations, and their corresponding stories and contexts, courtesy of EMSB.
Aligned with the Ethics and Religious program in Quebec, these Powerpoints each contain several slides for each of the religious groups or spiritual systems studied.
Click here to access the collections
Theme: STUDYING GENOCIDE
PBS helps you and your students examine genocides of the the last 100 years, with activity ideas and online and print resources.
Click here to visit their main theme page on Genocide.
Below view what they had posted as of Nov. 2011.
Par Enseigner L’ÉCR2 novembre 2011 15:59
Dans le cadre des 4e journées provinciales de formation organisées par l’Association québécoise en éthique et culture religieuse (AQECR), Benoit Petit et Claude Elmozino du Service national du RÉCIT - Développement de la personne offriront cinq ateliers:
- Twitter en classe: ECR à l’ère des médias sociaux;
- “Web 2.0″: trois situations d’apprentissage et d’évaluation en ECR;
- La bande dessinée: un univers de richesses pour développer les compétences des élèves en ECR;
- Culture à l’écoute! Des audioguides pour tout le Québec;
- L’éthique et les TIC.
FYI… this article originates from a pretty cool site!
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Psssst ! New Sex Ed site in the works
You will finally find it here: Sex Ed resources for teachers, students and parents.
The new site is under way!
To access the site and resources, click here!
Faith Shorts film competition for youth
Faith Shorts 2011 gives young people between the ages of 14 and 18 the opportunity to express what their faith means to them in their own words and take this to the global stage by winning the chance to see their film premiered at a ceremony at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).
Updated Vodzone Video List in ERC PLC
You will find in the PLC – ERC Resources folder, under videos and images, the updated ERC lists of videos available in VoDZone Education for:
* Elementary Cycle 1
* Elementary Cycles 2 & 3
* Secondary Cycles 1 & 2
In Transit- Production available via CLC video network
Segal Centre for Performing Arts has created IN TRANSIT, a musical play that addresses the acceptance of cultural differences. As part of the Community Learning Centres mandate, this production will be broadcast across the province over the videoconferencing Network.