In May of 2013, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation released a survey indicating that 92 per cent of teachers place a high value on human rights education.
As a publisher who takes pride in creating books with an emphasis on social justice and values education, Second Story Press is passionate about connecting educators with the resources, materials, and tools they need to enhance human rights education in the classroom. Explore our teacher guides that accompany several our titles and series below - many of which are free to download.
Series Teacher Resources
This comprehensive teacher's guide is designed to accompany the Holocaust Remembrance Series for Young Readers. The guide comes in five sections which include full lesson plans and handouts to immediately integrate social justice education into language arts classes.
This comprehensive teacher's guide is designed to accompany the First Nations Series for Young Readers. Just as the series tells the stories of First Nations activists who have taken action on issues that are important to them and their communities, the guide is designed to encourage students to use their critical thinking and literacy skills to do the same.
This comprehensive teacher's guide is designed to accompany the Kids' Power Series. Just as the series tells the stories of children who have taken action on issues that are important to them, the guide is designed to help educators and students do the same.
The Kids' Power Series Teacher Resource is now only available for free as a digital download. Click here to preview the guide.