Teacher Area (s) !

About this section, and other Teacher's Corner areas!

If you are a teacher and you have found your way here, welcome!  If you are a student or parent, feel free to browse and use what you can find!. 

Generally most of our teacher resources are found in context at the bottom of each site section or page.  However, via the dedicated teacher menus at the top right of the site, you will also find certain tools, some general strategies and some other resources that could be use in any  time periods.  You will also find various sample evaluations you can use for practice or adapt for actual tests and exams. 

Note:  We have a Social Sciences teachers mailing list, and even a current newsletter!.  The mailing list is also how we now protect some key teacher resources, like answer versions of some documents and evaluations. If you are an educator you can join this list by filling out  THE FORM HERE (or you can contact me directly at prombough@learnquebec.ca.) 

Highlighted Sections

Tasks and Practice Evaluations

Occasionally, we translate RECITUS document collections and associated student tasks.  When completed these often become available in or at the bottom of the corresponding sections of this student site.  However, we also adapt some of their practice evaluations!  For those visit the Evaluations Page here.   

Program Tracing Documents as Google Slides

Our resources according to the knowledge to be acquired lists. This is where you can trace through the program knowledge (rather than follow our topic/learning intention structure.). You will also find some program tracing documents for various counter histories (including Black History) that are under development.   Visit page here.

Graphic Organizer Storehouse

For convenience, we have tried to gather them together here and to loosely organize them around the Historical Thinking concepts and specifically their guideposts document, while also referencing the Social Science Techniques and the Intellectual Operations.   Feel free to browse the copies we have set aside here.

⚒️ Student Toolkit Area: 

Though it is not actually in the teacher area, educators should remember the little tool icon in the menu. 

This area is a place for students to find tools that could help them in Social Sciences, on the Exam, while researching, etc.  Of coursem teachers can and should use some of these great tools too!     

Game-based Learning ideas, Projects, Ideas.... 

For example, the RECITUS Historical Discussion Cards were designed to help students discuss historical topics, and also to interview each other about concepts and course content.

Other game designs or information about game-based learning can also be found in this new section here.

Professional Learning in Social Sciences

UDL in a Social Sciences Context:
Resources and Challenges in a Digital Age
Thinking about how you might adjust your History content and practices for all learning styles and experiences?  LEARN online resources, in line with the secondary and new adult education history courses, can help you engage your students, explore, use and also interpret events for a variety of situations.  Recently I shared a presentation on new templates structured around UDL with some teachers at the ACE Online summit.  A video presentation on the First part on Engage is available at https://youtu.be/p5uS6IxKjfk

Social Sciences Online and in a Digital Age

Follow along as new learning scenario examples are added throughout the year.  You will find tips, tricks and tools to help you teach online and in a digital age, using LEARN’s various resources, in response to the QEP program's approaches and according to an inquiry learning model.  Go to page    

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