Online supplement

Online supplement

Hidden Heroes in Action: Grades 3/4

This online collection of resources complements the print teacher’s guide, Hidden Heroes in Action: Grades 3/4.

General support

Teacher video: Our school-wide program made a difference

Illustrated with classroom footage, a primary teacher and principal from Woodbank Elementary describe the positive effects on student social responsibility that resulted from their school-wide use of the Our Hidden Heroes program. (3:21 minutes)

Teacher video: Our secret mission

Illustrated with classroom footage, grade 4/5 teachers from Chemainus Elementary explain a "secret mission" project and students talk about their most important learning after undertaking a hidden heroes’ assignment. (3:30 minutes)

Student video: ImagineAction K-4

Working with the Canadian Teachers’ Federation, TC² has developed English and French versions of a video for youth from kindergarten to grade 4 that offers inspirational examples of social action undertaken by youth at this age (3:23 minutes)

Social Action Projects: Making a Difference K-4

Working with the Canadian Teachers’ Federation, TC² has developed a bilingual booklet outlining a framework for social action targeted for youth from kindergarten to grade 4. The booklet provides a thumbnail summary of the steps for preparing students to thoughtfully plan and implement a social action project.

Additional hidden hero stories

At the back of the teacher’s guide are print copies of 6 additional stories of hidden heroes suitable for grade 3/4 students. Below are video versions of these stories intended for student viewing. The teacher’s guide contains ideas for using these videos.

Elise Samson

(3:08 minutes)

Jessica Heikes

(3:10 minutes)

Linda Janes

(3:33 minutes)

Kati Marocchi

(3:15 minutes)

Danica Keating
& Alicia MacLeod

(3:11 minutes)

Uplands Park Choir

(3:31 minutes)