Teaching Resources

We are pleased to launch our first Curricular Toolkit – Labels & Stereotypes, for grades 9 through 12. We provide our this resource with a suggestion for a minimum $5.00 donation which can be made here. We also encourage you to connect with us to provide your feedback after using our materials. We are able to provide .docx versions of the resource materials upon request. The film, ‘Labelled’, which forms part of this toolkit, ‘ is currently password protected. Please contact us to request the password.

Further toolkits for educators will be shared via this page later this year, including a Curricular Toolkit on the topic of Empathy.

Labels & Stereotypes
For students in grades 9 through 12
Students will examine if and how labels affect their relationships with themselves and others and how can they navigate life with labels?

This unit addresses key concepts such as:
•  Interpersonal Skills
•  Communication
•  Labels and Stereotypes
•  Self Labelling
•  Bias and Unconscious Bias
•  Health Literacy
•  Mental Health

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