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21st Century Skills Poster and  Scope and Sequence Document
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In today's world, 21st century skills are crucial for our learners as they provide the foundation for success in a rapidly evolving society. These skills, such as critical thinking, creativity, communication, collaboration, and digital literacy, equip children with the abilities to navigate complex challenges, adapt to change, and thrive in a globalized world. By nurturing these skills, we empower our learners to become agile, innovative, and socially responsible individuals who can actively contribute to the progress and well-being of our society.This resource has a 21st Century Skills poster, a big view 21st Century Skills Scope and Sequence document for grades 1-12, and a more focused view 21st Century Skills Scope and Sequence document for each of the following grade groupings 1-2, 3-6, 7-9, 10-12. This resource also has  Digital Literacy Scope and Sequence documents for each of the following grade groupings 1-2, 3-6, 7-9, 10-12 (linked in each of the previous documents).

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Agriculture Equipment Technician
Agriculture Production
Agriculture Studies
Agriculture, Food Sustainability & Security
Arts Education
Business
Coding
Communication Media
Computer & Digital Technologies
Creative Writing
Cybersecurity
Dairy Production
Early Childhood Development
Education
Educational Technology
Elementary Education
Emotional Wellness
English Language Arts
Entrepreneurship
Equine Studies
Faith Studies
Health & Fitness
Health Science
Indigenous Perspectives
Information Processing
Life Transition
Media Studies
Mental Wellness
Network & Systems Operation
Physical Wellness
Pork Production
Practical & Applied Arts
Science
Sheep Production
Social Studies
Special Education
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Assessment
GAP 4
GAP 5
GAP 6
Primary Source
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Correne McJannet
Melissa Lander
Kelli Boklaschuk
Arlene Low
Heather Phillips
Nicole Francoeur
Crystal Johnson
Terry Epp
Gary Vrinten
Jade Ballek
Kimberley Hobbs
Meaghan Friedrick
Date Added:
05/29/2023
21st Century Skills Self-Reflection
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Students can self-assess their 21st century skills using the division rubrics. You may wish to have them write a short reflection in the box they evaluate themsevles in (supported, with some support, with limited support or independent), or they can simply mark where they feel they are as another option.At the bottom there is room for students to reflect on their greatest area of strength, and explain why. There is also an area for the student to indentify an area of growth and state how they can imporve. The documents are attached below in MSWord (feel free to edit to fit your needs) and PDF verisions. Teachers may include these reflections with student reports or conferences if they they choose to. 

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Education
Material Type:
Assessment
GAP 4
GAP 5
GAP 6
Author:
Melissa Lander
Arlene Low
Correne McJannet
Date Added:
12/21/2022
The 6 Step Process of PBL
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The 6 STEP PROCESS OF PBL is a Problem Solving Process that allows you to break down and organize the structure of a PBL Unit into six different stages: 1. Define the Problem, 2. Solution Criteria, 3. Solution Research, 4. Pick a Solution, 5. Create, Run, and Inspect Solution, and 6. Reflect on Solution.

This terrific resource has a FREE PDF file of this process and how to run each step. The site also includes many resources, blog articles, examples of the process in elementary, middle and high schools, rubrics, videos and more at each step of the process. A great one-stop shop!

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Education
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Assessment
Homework/Assignment
Lesson
Module
Primary Source
Reading
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Unit of Study
Author:
Magnify Learning
Date Added:
01/27/2022
The Achievery- Amazing Resource All Subjects All Grades
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This site has a series of pre-made free lesson plans that are ready to teach right away. MATH, ELA, SCIENCE, SEL, CAREER, ART, DIGITAL LITERACY, TECH, STEM

They have clips of popular movies and TV shows built right in - and you are allowed to use them bc the site is made by AT
&T and Warner Bros.

"The Achievery helps connect students to a new world of digital learning through stories that spark curiosity and content that entertains as well as teaches."

Don't miss checking this one out! You can use the filters to find exactly what you need.

You will have to sign up to access the lessons but it's totally worth it.

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Arts Education
Career & Work Exploration
Computer & Digital Technologies
Education
Educational Technology
English Language Arts
Graphic Arts
Health & Fitness
Health Education
Health Science
Math
Practical & Applied Arts
Science
Visual Arts
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Lesson
Author:
The Achievery
Date Added:
03/11/2024
Activités beaux-arts (Musée des beaux-arts du Canada)
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Vidéos, matériel audio, visites virtuelles et activités artistiques fournis par le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada pour les classes primaires et secondaires!

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Arts Education
French
Indigenous Perspectives
Language Education
Visual Arts
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Diagram/Illustration
Lesson
Podcast
Primary Source
Reading
Author:
Inari Vaissi Nagy
Date Added:
01/15/2024
Adobe Back-to-School Challenge: New You in ’22!
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This Back-to-School Challenge encourages students (and teachers) use an Adobe multi-page template to create back-to-school goals. That template can then be used to create an Adobe Express video in which voiceovers are added. Then the video can be submitted to a contest where a backpack, including an iPad and Apple Pencil, Rode Video Mic, tablet holder and tripod, power bank, ring light … and more, will be given away to several lucky winners.

Part 1: This short YouTube video gives an overview of the challenge.

For a more in depth video of how to use the template, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUYAFEkeScI

The template itself can be accessed at https://express.adobe.com/sp/design/post/urn:aaid:sc:US:2141641d-87a0-4622-b157-a46db3fdee0f

Part 2 of the challenge involves using the information collected in the Adobe Express template to transform your multi-page portfolio into a reflection video to help guide your year.
Head over to https://edex.adobe.com/challenges?sdid=D4P81QZ8&mv=social&mv2=ownsoc-org for the outline of the video project.

Be sure to view the Part 2 Video Tutorial and the Printable Lesson Plan.

To enter the contest to win the great prizes, fill out and submit the following form by September 30: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe-RraSiOATA9mrJ6pGZtVML4iBb10HLXCVVT8oZuip3w6zDw/viewform

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Computer & Digital Technologies
Education
Educational Technology
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Homework/Assignment
Author:
Adobe
Date Added:
09/14/2022
Adulting 101 Course - From H.O.P.E
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Often, we are not informed in school on how to navigate the world in regards to things like finances, accessing health care, dating, relationships, balancing work and play, partying and staying safe, managing day-to-day stress, and entering into the workforce. This course will provide an opportunity for students to discuss these topics with each other and the facilitator. Together, we will learn how to navigate the tricky and often overwhelming world of adulthood.

This course examines:
• Life Skill development for adulthood
• Basic understanding of personal finance
• Basic understanding of healthy relationship development
• Entering the workforce
• Enjoying recreational time safely
• Stress management

Session 1 – What Does Adulting Mean?
Session 2 – Money
Session 3 – Healthy Relationships
Session 4 – Taking Care of Yourself

*Sessions are offered live at set times. Visit the link to see the schedule.

This course is provided by H.O.P.E (Helping Others thru Peer Education)

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Business
Education
Financial Literacy
Mental Wellness
Wellness
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Author:
H.O.P.E.
Date Added:
05/23/2023
Ag Automation
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Working with either Edison or Microbit systems, students will gain an understanding of the importance of automation in agriculture while working together to complete a series of fun coding activities. Note: This resource is designed to compliment the Edison and Microbit courses offered through SaskCode. Edison and Microbit systems are not supplied by AITC-SK. You will need to have an AITC SK account and log in to access this resource.

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Agriculture Studies
Agriculture, Food Sustainability & Security
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Education
Math
Robotics & Automation
Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
GAP 5
GAP 6
Lesson
Author:
Agriculture in the Classrom Saskatchewan
Date Added:
05/05/2023
Alloprof (tout niveau et sujet)
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« Tu as une question sur une matière? La réponse : Alloprof! Tu peux consulter une foule de ressources en ligne ou encore poser ta question à un prof, c’est gratuit! »Une banque de ressources exhaustive destinée aux élèves, enseignant.e.s et parents.

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Biology
Chemistry
Education
Financial Literacy
French
Geography
History
Indigenous Perspectives
Language Education
Math
Physics
Science
Social Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Assessment
Diagram/Illustration
Game
Lesson
Reading
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Unit of Study
Author:
Inari Vaissi Nagy
Date Added:
01/12/2024
Animated Drawings
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Children’s drawings have a wonderful inventiveness, energy, and variety.

Bring children's drawings to life by animating characters to move around!

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Arts Education
Education
Visual Arts
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Christopher Gustave
Clarence Edmonson III
Jessica Hodgins
Kristin Cooke
Meta Al Research
Qingyuan Zheng
Sahir Gomez
Somayan Chakrabarti
Somya Jain
Yifei Li
Jesse Smith
Date Added:
05/10/2023
Apprendre avec IA Pro
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Ce tuteur IA s'agit d'une application personnalisée alimentée par IA generative et développée par Contact Nord. Le site affiche l'avertissement suivant:

** « Veuillez toujours vérifier les réponses fournies par Apprendre avec IA pro. En règle générale, les systèmes d’IA ne sont pas entièrement fiables, surtout en matière de mathématiques. » **

Une instruction dans la critique des sources est conseillée avant l'utilisation d'une application IA.

Les élèves peuvent poser des questions sur des sujets précis ou sur un contenu fourni quelconque. On peut copier et coller un résumé / tableau récapitulatif des questions et réponses.

« Les affaires, l’histoire, la psychologie, la science et la technologie: Tout à portée de main!

VÉRIFIER compétences et savoir sur tout sujet
DÉVELOPPER compétences et savoir sur tout sujet »

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Agriculture Studies
Arts Education
Business
Computer & Digital Technologies
Education
French
Health & Fitness
Indigenous Perspectives
Language Education
Math
Practical & Applied Arts
Science
Social Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Reading
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Contact Nord
Date Added:
02/05/2024
Be an Upstander
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Sign up for a 45 minute virtual field trip, and follow it up with a classroom unit about human rights and being an upstander. The classroom unit includes an inquiry project.

Virtual Field Trip:
Students will learn how to be human rights upstanders by discovering the stories of people who used their personal strengths to take a stand to protect their rights and the rights of others, creating change.

Students will:
1. Learn to identify traits all upstanders possess and understand that each of us also possess these traits in our own unique way.
2. Experience exhibits and the inspiring Museum architecture as if they were at the Museum in person.
Interact with a Museum guide and ask questions to better understand how they can take action for positive change.
3. Engage in discussion, critical thinking and reflection on their role in the protection of their own rights and the rights of others.

Classroom Unit:
The Be an Upstander resource is a project-based learning unit designed to complement the “Be an
Upstander” school program. This resource targets students in middle years and encourages inquiry and
action on human rights issues. Students will examine the traits of human rights upstanders and follow
their example. By the end of the project, students will have had the opportunity to explore an issue they
are personally passionate about, share their knowledge and lead others toward action.

The Be an Upstander website is a digital student experience designed to support student learning as part
of a larger human rights themed, project-based learning unit. Students developing upstander projects
will engage in personal inquiry and action on human rights issues that matter to them. Students will learn
about the traits of human rights upstanders, be introduced to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
and examine their personal strengths. Following the example of the upstanders they learn about,
students will be challenged to take tangible steps to becoming human rights upstanders themselves.

If you need this resource in a different format for accessibility purposes, please contact
info@humanrights.ca.

Be an Upstander website: https://humanrights.ca/upstander/#/
Complementary teacher's guide https://humanrights.ca/upstander/#/teacher-guide

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Education
Elementary Education
Emotional Wellness
English Language Arts
Social Studies
Spiritual Wellness
Wellness
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
GAP 5
GAP 6
Unit of Study
Author:
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Date Added:
05/02/2023
Boîte à histoires (Musée canadien de l'histoire)
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«Cette trousse est l’accompagnement en ligne de notre trousse pédagogique itinérante des Boites à histoires. Dans cette trousse, vous trouverez des copies numérisées de chaque objet contenu dans la boite, leur contexte historique, des ressources supplémentaires et des suggestions d’activités. Vous n’avez pas besoin d’emprunter la trousse pour utiliser cette ressource en ligne.

Cette trousse contient des objets et des ressources représentés dans l’exposition phare du Musée canadien de l’histoire, la salle de l’Histoire canadienne. Recueillis à travers tout le pays et mettant en valeur des perspectives variées, les objets qui s’y trouvent mettent en lumière la richesse et la diversité de l’expérience canadienne. Ces objets peuvent servir de points de départ pour parler des différentes périodes de l’histoire du Canada, ou comme leçons de recherche historique qui permettent de développer la pensée critique et les compétences historiques des élèves.

Pour réserver une Boite à histoires, ou obtenir de plus amples renseignements, veuillez visiter museedelhistoire.ca/apprendre/boites-a-histoires

ACTIVITÉS

Il existe deux types d’activités. Les activités dans les trousses et les activités pour les objets.

Les activités dans les trousses proposent des projets qui s’étendent sur un ou plusieurs cours. Ces activités reposent sur les concepts de la pensée historique, dans le cadre de l’exploration de l’ensemble de la trousse, ce qui offre une expérience approfondie.

Les activités pour les objets sont courtes; elles prennent pour la plupart de 5 à 25 minutes à réaliser. Elles encouragent les élèves à exercer leur esprit critique à l’égard des objets présentés et à faire usage des concepts de la pensée historique.

Les deux types d’activités ont été créés selon les conseils de spécialistes de l’enseignement de partout au Canada. Elles intègrent les théories et les méthodes pédagogiques actuelles.»

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Education
Elementary Education
French
History
Indigenous Perspectives
Language Education
Social Studies
Treaty Education
Truth and Reconciliation
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Lesson
Primary Source
Author:
Musée canadien de l'histoire
Date Added:
12/15/2023
CTRL-F (Éducation aux médias numériques)
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« La littératie médiatique est cruciale dans la société contemporaine. CTRL-F s'agit d'un programme CANADIEN de CIVIX. Il fournit :

-Des ressources (y compris des leçons complètes et des évaluations)
-Une banque d'exemples
-Des ateliers

Vous devriez vous inscrire (compte gratuit) pour accéder à ce programme excellent.

«Les informations fausses et trompeuses se multiplient sur le Web et les internautes ne disposent pas forcément des connaissances et des aptitudes nécessaires pour savoir à quoi ils peuvent se fier. Pour former la prochaine génération de citoyens informés, nous devons adopter de nouvelles méthodes d’enseignement en matière de littératie des médias numériques et d’évaluation des sources.»»

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Communication Studies
Computer & Digital Technologies
Education
Educational Technology
English Language Arts
French
Language Education
Media Studies
Social Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Assessment
Lesson
Unit of Study
Author:
CTRL-F
CIVIX
Date Added:
12/12/2023
Cajun Koi Academy - Learn About Yourself, Improve Yourself! 21st Century Skills
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"Brothers Mike and Matt use a combination of live action and animation to take viewers on a journey of learning and self-discovery. Join Cajun Koi Academy to supercharge study sessions, level up on self-improvement, and embrace a positive mindset." (Common Sense Media)

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Education
Life Transition
Practical & Applied Arts
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Koi Brothers
Date Added:
10/16/2023
Canada's Forests: All Things Big and Small
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This resource examines the biodiversity and the complexity of the various life forms that make up Canadian forests. The emphasis is on helping students appreciate the relationships and interdependence of all species in this ecosystem. Students learn how they can affect forests and understand ways to preserve and maintain their diversity. Themes include biotechnology, natural and introduced pests, species at risk, habitat loss and fragmentation, protected areas, climate change and traditional indigenous knowledge. Lessons can be summarized as follows:

Lesson One- It's What Inside That Counts ( 1x90min)

Students learn the basics of biodiversity by studying the arrangements of fauna and flora in a field investigation of the schoolyard. Teams will visit three assigned "habitat" sites and record living and non-living components. After discussing results, students are asked to create a poem or story about living in one of the habitat sites.

Lesson Two- Too Hot, Too Cold,...Just Right ( 2x45min)

This lesson focuses on how climate change impacts population numbers. After a discussion on how climate changes are driven by human activity, students are guided through a role play simulating the effects of rising temperatures on Arctic, Mid-latitude and Tropical biomes. After a wrap-up with discussion questions, students are asked to write a short story on an assigned topic.

Lesson Three- What Our Elders Say (1x60min, 1x90min)

After looking at how a Canadian Aboriginal legend relates to biodiversity, the students read and perform a play based on the "Legend of The Sky Sisters". Students then write their own legend incorporating an environmental message.

Lesson Four- Barrier To Biodiversity (2x60min)

After reviewing as a class how human activity can lead to habitat loss and fragmentation, students have to write and present stories in the form of a power point presentation, poster, public service announcement or skit describing how individual plants or animals are subject to, and respond to, stress in their habitat.

Lesson Five- Off Limits (4x45min)

Students investigate officially protected areas and create a class newspaper that contains articles which focus on the role of protected areas in helping maintain diversity. In this exercise they explore the social, economic, and environmental impacts of protected areas.

Lesson Six- To Be Or Not To Be (2x60min)

Students work in groups to produce a "species at risk" game board which focuses on the habitat impacts of: change/modification, over-exploitation of resources, poorly regulated commercial harvest, disruption of migration routes/breeding behaviors, contamination, and the introduction of exotic species.

Lesson Seven- Unwelcome Guests (2 x 60min)

Students develop a "Futures Wheel"(a graphic description of the inter-relationships and impacts of a single decision or event) focusing on exotic and invasive species in Canada.

Lesson Eight- Timberland ( 1x90min)

A role playing activity is used to show how biotechnology can be used as a tool to help maintain forest biodiversity. Using a timber-theft crime story students will complete a report (including a CSI sheet and victim profile) to assist them in understanding techniques used in biotechnology.

This resource can easily be adapted to include no technology.

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Arts Education
Drama
Education
Elementary Education
English Language Arts
Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
GAP 6
Lesson
Unit of Study
Author:
Canadian Forestry Association
Date Added:
06/02/2023
The Canadian Arctic and the Northwest Passage
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In this interactive online activity, you will explore the Canadian Arctic, the history of the Northwest Passage and the importance of maintaining a strong Canadian presence in the northern region.

Questions:

1. Identify four unique characteristics of the Canadian Arctic region.
2. Identify contributions made by some of the Arctic explorers who searched for the Northwest Passage.
3. To what extent did the Inuit culture in the Canadian Arctic help with the discovery of one of Franklin's lost ships?
4. What impact would climate change and the opening of the Northwest Passage have on the Inuit people socially, environmentally, and economically?
5. How might the opening of the Northwest Passage affect Canada’s claim to Arctic sovereignty and its relationship with other countries?
6. What are some of the ways Canada is getting involved in protecting the Arctic?

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Education
Elementary Education
Indigenous Perspectives
Social Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
GAP 5
GAP 6
Author:
ESRI Canada
Date Added:
05/10/2023
Centre des Compétences futures - Future Skills Centre
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"Innover en matière de développement des compétences pour préparer l’avenir du travail,

Le Centre des Compétences futures a pour mission d’aider les Canadiens à acquérir les compétences dont ils ont besoin pour prospérer sur un marché du travail en pleine évolution."

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Business
Career & Work Exploration
Education
Entrepreneurship
Higher Education
Practical & Applied Arts
Material Type:
Lesson
Reading
Author:
Future Skills Centre
Date Added:
12/21/2023
Citizenship Journal: Concentus
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Concentus provides a full downloadable unit with a teacher and student resource booklet. This unit focuses on citizenship and aims to meet the following goals:Foster Engaged citizens who question, critically examine, advocate, and defend rights and responsibilities embedded in democracy at the local, regional, provincial, national, and global levels.Foster Lifelong learning citizens who continuously strive to understand the dynamics of change in society, and they critically seek new information to make reasoned and unbiased decisions.Foster Citizens with a strong sense of self, community, and place who value and demonstrate a positive commitment to understanding these concepts as citizens, and to the exploration of citizenship responsibilities inherent in these relationships at local, regional, national, and global levels.

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Health Education
Social Studies
Material Type:
GAP 6
Unit of Study
Author:
Brie Phillips
Date Added:
05/15/2023
Code.org - Computer Science for K-12
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Anyone can learn computer science! Over 70 million students have learned on Code.org!

Get started coding today. Our courses and activities are free! Create an account to save your projects.

Code.org® is an education innovation nonprofit dedicated to the vision that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science as part of their core K-12 education. The program increases diversity in computer science by reaching students of all backgrounds where they are — at their skill-level, in their schools, and in ways that inspire them to keep learning.

Subject:
21st Century Competencies
Coding
Computer & Digital Technologies
Computer Science
Education
Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Assessment
Diagram/Illustration
GAP 4
GAP 5
GAP 6
Game
Homework/Assignment
Lesson
Module
Primary Source
Simulation
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Unit of Study
Author:
CODE
Hour of Code
Code.org
Date Added:
05/04/2023