Webinars

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Citizen Minutes

February 9th, and March 23, 2022 at 7 pm

Presented by HotDocs Festival in collaboration with OHASSTA teachers, Alexis Walker and Meghan Cameron. Join educators across Canada for this screening and exploration of short civic action films to be used in your classroom! Registration to come.


Disrupting the Power in Assessment

April 6th, 2022, 4 pm

Megha Raj, Peel District School Board

Identifying where power structures are held in schools, how they are upheld through assessment, and how Educators can disrupt power structures in assessment. This webinar will begin by looking at the codes of power that are evident in our schools and system and how the codes are used to oppress Black, Indigenous, and Brown learners. We will specifically look at assessment and how assessment is used as a way for Educators to uphold the power imbalances within the education system. The webinar will end with sharing how learners can be given agency and ownership in assessment through the use of assessment tools (Learning Maps, single point rubrics). Registration to come


Korea on the Rise: Democracy and Economy

April 20th, 2022, 4 pm

Erin Ledlow, Jim Pedrech, Shannon Simpson, Leigh Macdonald

Ready to use lessons developed by expert OHASSTA educators on the history of Korean democratization and economics. As we know from the overwhelming popularity of BTS and Squid Game, there is no doubt that Korean culture is interesting and important to young people in Canadian classrooms, but very little about Korea is explicitly taught. A team of teachers from the Ontario History and Social Sciences Association, in partnership with the Korean Cultural Centre of Canada, has sought to change this. In this webinar, you will be introduced to two ready-to-use modules: The History of Democratization in Korea and the Korean Economy. Each module contains four lesson plans that can be used alone or as a series in any History, Civics, Politics, or Economics class. Each lesson offers a variety of rich primary source material, engaging interactive activities, and teacher background information so educators have everything they need to start teaching this material immediately.


Student Vote Ontario with CIVIX

May 4th, 2022, 4 pm

Christina Ganev, Director of Education

Learn more about Student Vote Ontario with CIVIX. More details and registration to come!


January Happy Hour

January 12th, 2022

We will start the year with a Happy Hour to share our best practices in these changing times, and to find support for our classroom challenges. Just bring yourself and your favorite beverage to this webinar session! 

Happy hour sessions are not recorded – join us for the next one!