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2022 Teachers’ Workshop

February 18, 2022 at 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Location:Online - Zoom

***NEW Presentations and additional materials are available here for the Teachers’ Workshop***

High school teachers are invited to attend the Teachers’ Workshop!

If you are a teacher with Upper Canada District School Board, Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, Ottawa Catholic School Board or Limestone District School Board (Kingston), you can join this interactive online workshop designed to assist with classroom teaching.

Our workshop goal is to strengthen and deepen teachers’ knowledge of the significant political, economic, and cultural challenges facing the European Union (EU) and European countries and Canada-EU relations.

This event is free and open to all high school teachers. To attend, please register by completing the form below.

Additional recorded presentations will be available for viewing, one of which will be a demonstration of the EU Learning Project’s ‘The Origins and Implications of Brexit’ lesson plan (link to lesson plans here).

Draft agenda (updated February 8, 2022)

9:00 – 9:15      Welcome and Introductions, Professor Crina Viju-Miljusevic, Chair, Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Carleton University

9:15-10:05      “An Introduction to the European Union”, Professor Crina Viju-Miljusevic

10:10 -11:00   “Russia, EU and NATO on a Collision Course? What Role for Canada?” by Joan DeBardeleben, Chancellor’s Professor, EURUS and Co-Director, Centre for European Studies, Carleton University 

11:00-11:50     “Teaching Digital Literacy: Social Media, Online Hate, and European-Canadian Identity” by Aimee Brown, Dani Carron (Department of History) and Brandon Rigato (Department of Communications), Carleton University

11:50-11:55     Closing remarks 

If you have any questions, please send email inquiries to:

This is an activity of the Centre for European Studies Jean Monnet Project Studying EU in Canadian High Schools co-funded by a grant from the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and by Carleton University.