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Grade 3 Resources

Grade 3 students continue their study of actions and practices that contribute to peace and order. Students investigate the responsibilities of varying levels of government and the scope of influence of their decisions. Students extend their use of maps and globes to represent the Earth and consider why people choose to live and settle where […]

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Grade 2 Resources

Grade 2 students will continue to understand the decision-making process and explore the rights and responsibilities associated with belonging to society.     Other educational resources that may be of interest to you: ◄ Grade 1 Resources Essential Citizenship Competencies Grade 3 Resources ►

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Grade 1 Resources

Grade 1 students are learning about decision-making processes and exploring the rights and responsibilities associated with belonging to society. Grade 1 students will examine actions and practices that contribute to peace and order.     Other educational resources that may be of interest to you: ◄ Kindergarten Resources Essential Citizenship Competencies Grade 2 Resources ►

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Kindergarten Resources

Kindergarten students will begin to learn about their rights and their responsibilities that accompany those rights. They will examine the impact of rules and order on their lives. Specifically, students will examine rules to determine their purpose and function. Students will come to appreciate that rules are meant to promote order so that people can […]

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Courageous Conversations Teacher Resource

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 […]

Courageous Conversations: What kind of Saskatchewan do we want now and in the future?

The Concentus Foundation, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission and the Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit, is hosting a forum where decision makers, community partners and interested stakeholders can come together to talk about the role of rights, the need for respect, and citizenship responsibilities in shaping the future of Saskatchewan.

Holocaust (Shoah) Knowledge Exchange Day

On October 31, 2016, the Concentus Citizenship Education Foundation, in partnership with Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission and the Saskatchewan Education Leadership Unit (SELU), is offering a one-day knowledge exchange for teachers.  At this event, teachers will experience the most effective strategies to meet specific outcomes by teaching events of the Holocaust (Shoah) and by having […]

Moose Jaw Students and Teachers Create Citizenship Video

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 […]