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Geography

Browse the sections below for access to our Teacher and Student Resources and to
various opportunities for Professional Development.

LEARN Educational Resources

Teaching Resources

Our teaching resources for the Cycle 1 Geography program often contain documents and other resources for students to use. Browse the complete list below or visit the Educational Resources page to perform your own search.

Cartograf

An online mapping tool

Cartograf is an open-source, interactive web-based mapping and drawing application. It allows students and teachers to create and share maps, collect and analyze images, and work collaboratively on class projects!

We also provide many sample maps that can be used as student and teaching resources in your class!

Student Resources

Some resources are specifically designed for student use. For example, our LEARN How-To series. Browse a few highlighted student tools below, or visit the Educational Resources page to perform your own search.

Professional Development Resources

Browse some recent professional learning resources below, or refine your search via Educational Resources here.

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Pedagogical Support

Please contact us if you are looking for personalized support in the form of workshops, classroom support, or curriculum planning.​

Curated Resources

Curated Teaching and Learning Resources

Follow us on Twitter (X) for the latest resources and events we are sharing out for the Social Sciences. Below you can also browse some general sites that can be used throughout the History of Québec & Canada program!

Curated Professional Development Resources

Check out our suggestions for professional development resources for teachers.

Have you got a favourite Podcast or Youtube station or other online media source you use for PD or in your classes? Tweet it to @paulrombo or contact us directly.

Podcasts are a great way to engage with recent scholarship. History podcasts, for example, often feature interviews with historians who are discussing their current or past work.

In many cases, these interviews not only provide excellent information to incorporate into your lessons, but they can also direct you to other books, sites, blogs, and more. Read more in Matt’s post, Podcasts for Professional Development, on the LEARN blog.

Hecho con Padlet

Are Youtube channels the new Podcasts?

Up to you to judge. Here are a few media channels you can follow to brush up on your pedagogy, or just for fun!

 

Hecho con Padlet

View this series of seven video capsules, designed to help Social Science teachers acquire a deeper understanding of the Intellectual Operations.

Thanks to Andrew D’Anna, Consultant at English Montreal School Board, and his team. These capsules were inspired by the research of Dr. Catherine Duquette (UQAC), Dr. Nicole Monney (UQAC), Dr. Sylvie Fontaine (UQO), and Laurie Pageau (PhD candidate, ULaval).

 

Learning Communities & Professional Associations

Various associations and groups allow SocSci teachers to communicate and share, and to develop as professional learners. Here is a list of few key groups:

Contacts in Social Sciences

Stacy Anne Allen & Paul Rombough


(LEARN consultants in Elementary & Secondary Social Sciences)

Contact Stacy directly or via Twitter (X) !

Contact Paul directly or via Twitter (X) !

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