Jse-Che Lam

Jse-Che Lam is a secondary school teacher in the Toronto District School Board. She teaches English, politics, and history. Her interests include migration and settlements of immigrants to Canada, indigenous issues, and Canadian-produced documentaries.

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Learning to Teach about Reconciliation: A report from Facing History and Ourselves' 2016 Summer Institute

Posted by Jse-Che Lam on November 9, 2016

Stolen Lives: The Indigenous Peoples of Canada and the Indian Residential Schools is Facing History Canada’s latest resource. During August 2016, a number of teachers from across Ontario participated in a three-day summer institute in Ottawa to learn how to improve and enhance current teaching practices in relation to studies of the Indigenous Peoples in Canada and using Stolen Lives in their classrooms.

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Topics: Truth and Reconciliation, CHG, CHC, summer institute

Asian Heritage Month- Exploring Canada's history of immigration through identity and civic participation.

Posted by Jse-Che Lam on May 4, 2016

May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada.  The following are five resources that provide entry points that teachers can use to invite students to explore Canada’s history of immigration through identity and civic participation.  

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Topics: Books, Film, History, Canada, Canadian History, Culturally Responsive and Relevant Pedagogy, CHG

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