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Monday, May 13 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Citizenship Education: From “Classroom-Ready” to “Classroom Engaged” A Progress Report On The Success Of Concentus Citizenship Education.

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Citizenship education is an inoculant for hate. Integrating compassionate and responsible citizenship into K to 12 learning is a vital investment in a stable democracy of a critical thinking, socially responsible, inclusive citizens.

In 2012, work began in earnest to create a pedagogy of K to 12 citizenship education for Saskatchewan. With the support, input, and oversight of educators, educational stakeholders, and leaders close to home and around the world the Concentus Citizenship Education Resources were made “classroom-ready” in 2017.

Today, the resources and methodology have transitioned from “classroom-ready” to “classroom engaged”. Concentus’ partnerships with school divisions have taken citizenship resources and professional development into the classroom and demonstrated proof of concept for the vision of effective learning of the new “3 R’s”: rights, responsibility, respect.

This session presents insight on this success from each level of involvement including:
· ministerial support for the resource creation
· division administrators of the system wide integration
· educators teaching in the classroom.

For many years Judge David Arnot expressed his belief that as the “Rights Revolution” of the 20th century was created by lawyers in the courtroom, the “Responsibility Revolution” will be created by teachers in the classroom. Two years into practical, in-class take up of the Concentus Citizenship Education Resources, he updates that expression to say: The “Rights Revolution” is being created by teachers in the classroom.



Speakers
avatar for Rob Currie

Rob Currie

Deputy Minister of Education of Saskatchewan, Government of Saskatchewan
Rob Currie brings a wealth of education and community leadership experience to the education sector.  Utilizing broad experiences in strategic planning, implementing ministry, division and school improvement initiatives that create, grow and sustain effective student learning, Rob... Read More →
avatar for Judge David Arnot

Judge David Arnot

Judge Arnot was seconded from the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan to be Chief Commissioner for the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission on January 15, 2009 for a five year term. On January 15, 2014, Judge Arnot was reappointed as Chief Commissioner for an additional five year term... Read More →
avatar for Greg Chatlain

Greg Chatlain

Director of Education/CEO, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools
Greg Chatlain is the Director of Education/CEO for the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division. As Director, he oversees all work of the school division from governance through to operations. He has also served the division in a wide variety of roles including teacher, principal... Read More →
avatar for Dana Babey

Dana Babey

Educational Consultant, Saskatoon Public Schools
Dana Babey has been a teacher for 24 years. Her current role as Educational Consultant involves planning and facilitating citizenship education in Saskatoon Public schools. As a teacher, she was among the first to bring citizenship education into her classroom. Dana has co-written... Read More →


Monday May 13, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm MDT
Alhambra Room