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Resources for Teachers

Roots of Equality

Roots of Equality

A comprehensive program to help students in grades 1-8 foster healthy, equal relationships and become aware of violence against women. Developed with input from Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario.

  • Lesson plans for grades 1-8. English and French. (2011)
  • Workshops (4 units) for Ontario elementary teachers to lead with girls grades 7/8. English only. (2007)
  • Tip sheets for educators. English and French. (2007)
  • Tip Sheets for parents. In 14 languages: English, French, Ojibway, Tagalog, Korean, Portuguese, Chinese, Tamil, Punjabi, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Arabic, and Farsi.

RePlay Video Games

RePlay Video Games

For youth ages 8-14 to learn how to challenge behaviours and attitudes towards equal, healthy relationships based on equality and respect. English and French. (2007)

White Ribbon Campaign In A Box

White Ribbon Campaign in a Box

Interactive exercises and lesson plans for teachers to help promote healthy, equal relationships among students in grades 5 to 8. Developed with input from Ontario faculties of education and the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario. English & French. (2007)

Workshop Series

Faut qu’on s’parle; Pour se comprendre

French-language secondary schools

  • Faut qu’on s’parle (Girls and guys – we gotta talk). Promoting awareness of and action on violence against women as youth mentors, for students ages 14-18.
  • Affirmation de Soi (Self-Affirmation). Raising awareness of violence against women, for girls in grades 9 & 10, and in grades 11 & 12.
  • Entre nous (Between Us). Raising awareness of violence against women, for boys in grades 9 & 10, and in grades 11 & 12.

Le Centre ontarien de prévention des agressions

« Mieux vaut prévenir que guérir! »

Bilingual directory of resources related to sexism and awareness and prevention of violence against children and youth. For educators and adults working with children and youth.