THIS SCHOOL YEAR, EMPOWER YOUR STUDENTS TO EXPLORE THEIR IDENTITY WITHIN QUEBEC SOCIETY, MAKE ART AND TAKE POSITIVE ACTIONS WITHIN THEIR COMMUNITIES
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Empower your students by connecting them to the arts, their community and their capacity to make a difference.

Gain access to a resource kit developed by LEARN that highlights essential learning connections and provides you with classroom resources for each option.

Engage learners whether you are teaching in the classroom, at a distance or both!

Teachers and students can participate in one, or all, of these learning opportunities

Option 1

Identity
Make Art

Students explore the relationship between identity and belonging as they witness performance pieces by artists from the Black, Indigenous and LGBTQAI2+ communities of Quebec. Students will then have an opportunity to turn the lens inward as they develop self-expressive, narrative or visual arts pieces of their own with support from a local artist.

Option 2

Community
Tell a story

Students explore what it means to them to belong to a community as they participate in a 6-week Digital Storytelling project, with support from digital media experts at Hands On Media Education

Option 3

Community
Take Action

Students engage in a Community Service Learning project, where they have an opportunity to take positive actions that foster a greater understanding and sense of belonging to their communities.

Register now!

  • Open to students in cycle 3 and up
  • All expenses covered
  • Space is limited
  • This opportunity is exclusively available to schools participating in the Community Learning Centre (CLC) Initiative
  • This “Com-Unity” project is sponsored by The Secretariat for Relations with English-Speaking Quebecers