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Definition: Resources on legal topics for teachers and students.

For resources that are related to the Alberta curriculum, see LawCentralSchools.

Alberta Resources

Background information and resources for teachers and students on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-identified youth. Includes applicable laws; suitable for grades 9 and up.

Related keywords: Civil liberties, Classroom materials, Harassment, Human rights, Racism

These guidelines support the creation of welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments that foster diversity and nurture a sense of belonging and a positive sense of self . Their purpose is to enable school authorities to use best practices in creating and supporting learning environments that respect diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions.

Related keywords: Classroom materials, School law

This project of the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre provides teacher’s guides, student materials, videos and a bibliography of online resources to help students and teachers in junior and senior high schools to explore the topics of discrimination, sexual harassment and human rights.

Related keywords: Classroom materials, Human rights

Human rights in Alberta is a newspaper-style publication that provides plain language information about Alberta's human rights law and about the services offered by the Alberta Human Rights Commission. The publication has teaching notes to with it and is particularly useful to adults who are improving their English reading skills such as English-as-a-second-language students or literacy students. This resource is available as a printable PDF and also in an audio version.

Related keywords: Classroom materials, Human rights

The John Howard Society of Alberta is a non-profit agency concerned with the problem of crime and its prevention. The organization takes its name and spirit from the 18th century humanitarian John Howard, whose name has become a symbol of humane consideration for prisoners. It was incorporated in 1949, and today the organization consists of six separately incorporated districts along with the Provincial Office. The website provides information about the services available in each of these districts.

Related keywords: Classroom materials, Corrections, Crime prevention, Criminal records and record suspensions, Reintegration

Nothing can replace the experience a student will have when they come face to face with the faded parchment and King Edward’s ancient royal seal of Durham Cathedral’s Magna Carta. This feature article found in the Nov/Dec 2015 issue of LawNow magazine was written as a guide to Magna Carta for Alberta teachers.

Related keywords: Classroom materials

Created by Bearpaw Education (NCSA), Muskwa: Sam's Spear of Fate introduces Muskwa the Bear, woodland superhero and fearless defender of natural law. When three kids crash their go-kart in the middle of the woods, Muskwa and his forest friends use the mishap as an opportunity to teach the three of them the laws of nature and the importance of respecting the natural world

Related keywords: Aboriginal law, Classroom materials, Environmental protection and conservation

Created by the Supreme Court of Canada, this webpage provides information on the Court about educational tours, educational kits, mock trials, and other useful links.
Related keywords: Classroom materials

This manual was developed by the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre. It provides background information for teachers and activities on human rights, the Charter, discrimination, bullying and harassment and applicable laws, suitable for secondary school students (Grades 7 to 12).  It may be used with the ACLRC's The Respectful Me, Respectful You DVD and guidebook.  Includes reproducible handouts. 2014

Related keywords: Classroom materials, Human rights

Snakes and Ladders - Alberta Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner

This activity sheet is a twist on the classic children’s game that helps players learn how to make smart privacy choices by climbing up a ladder when they make a good decision or sliding down a snake because they have shared a password with a friend, for example.

Related keywords: Classroom materials, Internet safety, Privacy