Catholic Media Authorship provides an authentic context in which media can be leveraged as a mode to shape, explore and enable equity and culturally responsive teaching and learning in Catholic schools.
This resource explains some of the most common “hot spots” where people find conflict between science and Catholicism.
CCC & Math focuses on infusing Catholicism into the Communications, Computer Technology and Math courses while it combines the Mathematics and Technology courses. The resource contains instructional videos organized in playlists by topic, that will continue to be updated, as well as notes and walk-throughs for every lesson organized in folders by topic that are continually updated.
This resource provides educators with an authentic context to digital video production that provides a discourse for students to live their faith and Catholic advocacy through: Documentary Film, Short Narrative and Music Video production all centered around specific Gospel values.
Within Catholic Education authentic opportunities to analyze media text through a faith lens are a means to engage our students as discerning believers. It is with the goal to embrace media as a critical and urgent literacy that the Catholic Film Reader examines popular Hollywood film text through the lens of core gospel values.
21st Century Shepherds was created to address the very pressing need of providing educators with both the knowledge of their moral, legal and ethical obligations around student data and providing a toolkit for evaluating the relative safety of the tool for student use.
One of the core elements of authentic Catholic Education is the presence of a Catholic worldview in all aspects of school life.
The Ethical and Responsible Use of Information and Communication Technology – A Guideline for all Stakeholders in Catholic Education will provide intermediate and secondary teachers with lessons to deal with this very current and critical topic.
This resource assists educators in fostering a spiritual experience within the Catholic school community.
Sacramental Preparation for Students with Special Needs – A Guide for Catholic Educators Audience: Grade K-12 Descriptor: This resource will assist educators in providing appropriate preparation for the sacraments to students with special needs, foster an attitude of inclusion, raise…
This resource is intended to assist writers who will be working on writing projects/units.
Halton Catholic District School Board generously has shared the work done in the development of the Catholic Curriculum Core Maps Grade 9-12. This is a continuation of the Core Maps developed with the CCC for the elementary panel.
Student engagement is always a challenge at secondary, especially in Religious Education Courses. Assessment and evaluation practices continue to evolve in light of ongoing research.
The CCC has produced a number of electronic resources related to secondary courses.
Secondary Critical Thinking Tasks and the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations provides lessons for secondary school teachers.
In 2010, the Ontario Working Group on Financial Literacy articulated a vision: Ontario students will have the skills and knowledge to take responsibility for managing their personal financial well-being with confidence, competence and a compassionate awareness of the work around them.
Over the past year the Ministry of Education has been developing a three year plan for Ontario school boards to support student mental health and well-being.
Leprosy in the World Today: Answering the Call to Care is resource developed by the CCC in partnership with The Leprosy Mission Canada organization.
Equity and Inclusion: From the Lens of the Catholic Social Teachings is a classroom resource which provides teachers with nine frameworks with Guiding Questions related to Equity and Inclusion, The Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations, Critical Literacy and the Catholic Social Teachings.
Footprints: The Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations in the 21st Century is an online resource of 7, 4-hour modules for upper Elementary students and 7, 4-hour modules for Secondary students.