Citizenship education develops students’ capacity to value different perspectives. It builds their sense of agency and supports them to become responsible, active citizens.
Citizenship education research
In this presentation from PFE's 2017 Making Connections, educators discuss how students can use their math skills to address real-life problems and develop their citizenship skills at the same time.
In this session from PFE's 2017 Making connections conference, we learn about new ways students are being assessed in the classroom, and what it means for parents, students, and teachers.
Students need more than the 3Rs to be successful in school and in life. Health, citizenship, social-emotional, and creativity competencies are the ‘survival skills’ for the 21st century.
How can our public education system support students' development of competencies in creativity, citizenship, health, and social-emotional learning?
In this session from PFE's 2017 Making connections conference, some of the participants involved in the Measuring What Matters field trials will share how they are integrating the MWM competencies into their teaching.
This report provides an update on People for Education’s Measuring What Matters (MWM) initiative, including some of the early findings coming out of the school field trials.
This report includes preliminary findings from the Measuring What Matters field trials taking place in 26 schools across 7 Ontario school boards.
For the past three years, People for Education has been engaged in a project to develop broader goals and measures of success in education.
Samara’s Democracy 360, a report card on the state of Canada’s democracy, focuses on the complex relationship between citizens and political leadership.
Dr. Alan Sears talks about the importance of citizenship education.
Alan Sears on citizenship education
Listen to Dr. Alan Sears, our lead researcher on citizenship education, speaking at our 2015 conference.