Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
District 16 York Region

Curriculum Materials and Classroom Supports

OSSTF/FEESO produces various curriculum packages and classroom supports for use in Ontario classrooms.

In addition, occasionally there are opportunities for members to apply to writing teams for resources or workshops, or to submit proposals for resources for publication.

Socially-based Curriculum Units Socially-based Curriculum Units are practical, stand-alone, progressive, classroom-ready lessons/unit plans of 4 to 5 lessons in length on social issues such as (but not limited to) globalization, world peace, anti-discrimination, environmental issues, universal child care, sexual harassment, aboriginal issues, poverty etc.
Common Threads Common Threads is the name of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF) International Solidarity Program. In collaboration with an international partner, the Common Threads team travels overseas and conducts research on a critical current topic.

Related Attachments

Violence Against Indigenous Women in Canada a resource list | 996 KB

OSSTF/FEESO believes that appropriate resources must be made available to assist educators in exploring the issues and challenges which confront indigenous peoples in Canada. One of these critical issues is violence against indigenous women. OSSTF/FEESO hopes the following resource list will help you in accessing the kind of information necessary to better understand the complexity of the issue and for introducing it to your students.

Violence Against Indigenous Women in Canada a top 20 resource list  | 109.6 KB

OSSTF/FEESO believes that appropriate resources must be made available to assist educators in exploring the issues and challenges which confront indigenous peoples in Canada. One of these critical issues is violence against indigenous women. OSSTF/FEESO hopes the following resource list will help you in accessing the kind of information necessary to better understand the complexity of the issue and for introducing it to your students.