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Future Educators Focus on Citizenship Resources

Learning Community members from the College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, met during the month of September to explore the significance of citizenship education in today’s society. Students were introduced to the Concentus Citizenship Education Resources and discussed the role of education in developing justice-oriented citizens. Central to their conversations were the Essential Citizenship Competencies […]

Judge Arnot Meets With SPSD Treaty Catalyst Teachers

Judge Arnot, Chief Commission of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission connected with Saskatoon Public School Division Treaty Catalyst Teachers, Thursday, June 1 as they learned more about reconciliation and shared their calls to action. Judge Arnot reinforced with teachers the importance of teaching students the history of Canada from a culturally balanced perspective that is […]

Canadian Association of Principals Conference 2017

Concentus Citizenship Education Project Manager, Lori Kindrachuk and Cathy Mills, Resource Developer, presented the final keynote presentation, Friday, May 26 at the Canadian Association of Principals Conference held in Saskatoon. The keynote highlighted the Concentus Citizenship Education pedagogy with a focus on the various components of the pedagogy and showed school administrators how an emphasis on […]

Horizon Students Hear Testimony Of Holocaust Survivor At Third Annual Symposium

Approximately 550 students, educators and guests gathered for the Horizon Holocaust Symposium at the Humboldt Uniplex Curling Rink on Monday, April 24. The event began with Mr. Amek Adler, Holocaust survivor, sharing his powerful, moving survivor testimony and answering questions from students and staff. The remainder of the day consisted of presentations and workshops on […]

Pre-Congress Session SELU Rural Congress 2017

Strengthening the Circle for Reconciliation: Responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action Sunday afternoon, March 26, 2017 approximately eighty-five participants from across western Canada and the Territories, met to think about and talk about the connection between education, citizenship, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.

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30-Level Resources

The 30-Level (Grade 12) is focused on addressing and resolving issues. Students examine Canadian history to understand the influences on our contemporary rights, responsibilities, and views of citizenship. Students examine issues facing Canadians and the global community regarding citizenship, specifically the foundational beliefs of Canadians. Students also consider the role of cooperation in a competitive […]