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This module will close March 22nd, 2020.

CCLET Teaching Civil Liberties Description: 

The Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust is the education arm of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. CCLET’s Teaching Civil Liberties program facilitates free, interactive workshops that provide teachers and teacher candidates the tools to empower their students to think critically about and discuss issues for which there can be no perfect solution, and to actively seek out views that differ from their own. 

We will

  • I can describe Section 1 of the Charter and recognize that rights and freedoms may be subject to reasonable limits.  

At the end of the session, I can

  • I can describe Section 1 of the Charter and recognize that rights and freedoms may be subject to reasonable limits.  
  • I can identify when a Charter right or freedom is being limited. 
  • I can apply the Oakes/Acorn Test to critically analyze whether or not a limit to Charter rights and freedoms is reasonable and justified. 
  • I can identify and adopt multiple points of view when thinking about issues involving conflicts of rights and freedoms, and balance the competing interests of the various stakeholders involved. 
  • I can understand the role teachers play in modelling and encouraging critical thinking and democratic engagement in their students. 

Course Curriculum

Critical thinking about the Charter – Reasonable Limits and Case Studies 00:00:00

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