Teaching Black History
Advancing the inclusion of the Black Canadian experience in the curriculum
In this 2-day course, classroom teachers will learn how to integrate Black Canadian history throughout the Ontario curriculum beyond Black History Month. Educators will gain valuable content knowledge and learn inquiry-based approaches to teaching Black history across the Ontario curriculum. This course will support teachers in enhancing their knowledge and application of the six historical thinking concepts and embedding the principles of inclusion, diversity, and equity and into their teaching practice through the inclusion of the African Canadian experience. Educator, Black historian, and curriculum developer Natasha Henry will demonstrate how Black Canadian history doesn’t have to be a stand-alone unit, and how it can be incorporated throughout the curriculum. This engaging course is designed for J/I (grades 3-10) teachers.
For more information and to register: teachingafricancanadianhistory.weebly.com
Two sessions will be offered–
July 9th & 10th, 9am to 4pm
August 19th & 20th, 9am to 4pm
445 Rexdale Blvd. @ Hwy 27
Toronto, M9W 6K5
Natasha Henry, B.A. (Hon), B.Ed., M.Ed. (candidate), OCT, curriculum conusultant, historian & author
$200 Special rate (regular rate $250)
Material cost: $20.00
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