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TC² @ 25
Focus for This Month
Success Stories
Next Steps
Media Release

November: Next Steps for Developing a Resource with TC²


TC² continues to work with our partners to develop learning and teaching resources that develop intellectual capacity and encourage quality thinking. Feeling inspired to explore the possibility of collaborating with TC² to develop a resource? Here are a few steps you can take to get started.


Connect with TC²

Perhaps you can see ways that your organization could partner with TC² to develop a resource? If so, please contact Andy Nesbitt, director of business development at TC². Andy can help make your vision a reality.

Explore the kind of resources that have resulted from partnerships with TC²


Free!Shining a Light on Solar Energy: Developing energy literacy through critical inquiry

Developed in collaboration with Emerging Leaders for Solar Energy (ELSE) and funded by a grant from the Community Environment Action Grant program, Shining a Light on Solar Energy was created to support educators and learners in developing energy and climate literacy using critical inquiry and a multidisciplinary approach

Grades K–12

Free!What Can I Contribute to Meaningful Reconciliation?

This digital guide to teaching and learning about reconciliation was developed in collaboration with Grand Erie District School Board, Six Nations of the Grand River’s Education Department, and the Mississaugas of New Credit. It explores the causes and consequences of the residential school system in Canada.

Grades 6–10

Free!Developing Understanding through the Arts
Recognizing an Historic Injustice: Canada's First National Internment Operations, 1914-1920

Guide your students in exploring the experiences of Ukrainian and other European immigrants to Canada in the late 1800s and early 1900s and the impacts of internment on individuals, families and communities. With a special emphasis on the arts. Co-published by The Critical Thinking Consortium and Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund.

Grades 4–9

Gratuit!Développer la compréhension par le biais de l’art
Reconnaître une injustice historique : les premières opérations nationales d’internement au Canada, 1914-1920

Explorer avec les élèves les expériences des immigrants ukrainiens ou d’autres origines européennes au Canada vers la fin des années 1800 et le début des années 1900, ainsi que les impacts de l’internement sur les individus, les familles et les communautés. Co-publiée par The Critical Thinking Consortium et le Fonds canadien de reconnaissance de l'internement durant la Première Guerre mondiale.

Grades 4–9

Free!Recognizing an Historic Injustice:
Canada's First National Internment Operations, 1914-1920

Guide your students in exploring the experiences of Ukrainian and other European immigrants to Canada in the late 1800s and early 1900s and the impacts of internment on individuals, families and communities. Co-published by The Critical Thinking Consortium and Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund.

Gratuit!Reconnaître une injustice historique : les premières opérations nationales d’internement au Canada, 1914-1920

Orienter les élèves dans l’exploration des événements, des causes et des conséquences de l’internement de milliers d’individus au Canada à l’époque de la Première Guerre mondiale. Co-publiée par The Critical Thinking Consortium et le Fonds canadien de reconnaissance de l'internement durant la Première Guerre mondiale.