Resources for Teachers
Educational Resources for a Changing World
CoDevelopment Canada’s acclaimed curricular resources are designed to reach students in schools and literacy programs to help them comprehend global issues such as child labour and community development. If you are a member of the BCTF you receive a 30% discount on your order. The purchase of a text entitles the individual teacher to reproduce copies for use in the classroom.
The following resources are available for purchase. You can also read more thorough descriptions of each resource here.
Thirsty Planet: World Water Lessons for BC Students. A teaching unit for elementary grades on world water resources and the scarcity of clean drinking water.
Not So Natural Disasters: Elementary & Secondary editions. Teaching units on the links between natural disasters and climate change, environmental degradation and global inequality. SECONDARY EDITION CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK. We will no longer be producing print versions but may release an electronic version in the future.
Child Labour: Costly at any price. A secondary teacher’s resource focusing on the underlying causes of exploitive child labour.
Globalization: Who is in charge of our future? A secondary teacher’s resource on the relationship between trade and globalization and economic inequalities. CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK We will no longer be producing print versions but may release an electronic version in the future.
A Culture of Peace. An elementary school resource on the nature of war, human conflict and non-violent alternatives.
Global Stories of People Working for Change. An EFL and literacy teachers’ resource examining several global themes.
Community Success Stories from BC & Around the World. This resource is designed for intermediate level EFL or literacy students touching on themes such as community kitchens, cooperatives, and lending circles. CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK We will no longer be producing print versions but may release an electronic version in the future.
500 Years and Beyond. A secondary teacher’s resource on the 500 years of contact between indigenous and non-indigenous people in the Americas.
Order today by downloading our Educational Resources Order Form (PDF) or submitting an online order form!
If using the downloadable form please make cheques payable to CoDevelopment Canada.