Learn how Canada helps during international crises and natural disasters, how Canada supports refugees, peacekeeping missions, and more.
Asks students to investigate why Canadian ships have to notify the U.S. when traveling in Canadian waters, and how the relationship between Canada and the U.S. has changed after September 11th.
Learn about the Canadian emergency humanitarian medical organization and the work they do around the globe.
Tackles issues such as sustainable development, global health, equality for girls and women, human rights, and peace and humanitarian response.
The United State EPA developed A Student's Guide to Global Climate Change to help provide students (and educators!) with clear, accurate information about the causes and effects of climate change—as well as the steps we can all take to help solve the problem.
A weekly interactive quiz introduces students to a country via Times maps, video, photography and journalism.
"Kids Go Global is a place for students to explore global issues and then work alone or with NGOs to take action locally and internationally. It also supports students acting out the issues using theatre and provides opportunities to share student work and projects."
Over 90,000 quizzes that test Geography skills. Set the difficulty level, play multiplayer, and even create your own quiz.
"Win lots of virtual badges by completing challenges that get you thinking about where food comes from, and how it gets to your table."
"Students simulate the trading of goods between countries. Then they reflect on the challenges of trade between countries."
Games and apps for the pre-K to grade 6 classroom.