How, and why, do we sabotage our own happiness? How can we identify and implement strategies to address this, on both the personal and community levels?
In this new mini-lesson for Brainstream, educators will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead discussions with students aged 14+ on mental health coping strategies.
Use these resources to keep your kids sharp and engaged while they're out of school. There’s an educational video and a student activity to capture learning for each weekday, for three weeks. (Ages 11-15)
Are you designing a brand-new course? Or perhaps you need some fresh ideas for your next class?
We’re pleased to be launching a monthly programming series for post-secondary classrooms, curated by post-secondary educators. Check out the first installment about new Canadian Documentary.
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Use our collection of films to help students improve their awareness and knowledge of the environment and increase their engagement with local and global environmental issues. Developing environmental literacy translates into greater consciousness of the impact of our choices—as citizens and consumers—on the health of the planet, and a better understanding of our capacity to effect change for a sustainable future.