Content is relevant for students at the 20-level.

20-Level (Grade 11) students recognize the role that ideology plays in our perspectives and the application of Human Rights. Students extend their investigations to consider historically how worldview has impacted and continues to impact perspectives of citizenship and the balance between meeting the needs of citizens and promoting the nation’s best interests. Through the investigation of worldview and the impact of worldview on an individuals’ and society’s beliefs, students specifically consider the influence of imperialism and colonialism on populations especially Indigenous peoples.

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To see how the resources fit together, check out the Concentus Continuum of Study.



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Courageous Conversations booklet

Courageous Conversations booklet

To extend the impact and reach of the citizenship education resources, a companion document entitled Courageous Conversations was prepared. This document was written by academics for educators and adults and it covers six issues in a way that speaks to these audiences. These issues are: the Holocaust as the catalyst for the rights revolution; mental health and addictions; racial discrimination; disability; Indigenous cultures and awareness; and gender. Read more

Student Reporters at Courageous Conversations

We were fortunate to have E-Journalism students from Aden Bowman Collegiate in Saskatoon join us at Courageous Conversations on Nov. 15, 2016. Here is their blog, where they share their experiences and learning from the day:

Prairie South class

Students and teachers from Riverview Collegiate Institute, Central Collegiate, and Empire School in Moose Jaw, prepared a catchy video promoting the benefits of citizenship and the value of citizenship education. Recorded in and around the three schools, and with the support of Safeway and the Moose Jaw City Police, this video is a great example of participatory and engaged citizenship.

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What are gender stereotypes? Where do they come from? Are they necessary?

These are just some of the questions, designed to accompany the Breaking Barriers series of documentaries, that challenge the thoughts and feelings of students (ages 11 and up) about gender stereotypes. Prepared by Sherry Van Hesteren, these resources are suited for students in Grades 6-12.


Download: Breaking Gender Barriers Teacher Resources

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How do we shape narratives about our nation?  What do we include?  Omit?  Why?

Does it matter if they stories we tell about ourselves and others are true?

What is the meaning and purpose of treaties?

These are a few of the question that can be used with The Pass System (2015), a documentary directed by Alex Williams.  Prepared by Sherry Van Hesteren, these resources are suited for students in Grades 6-12.


Download: The Pass System (2015) Teacher Resources