Educational Resource Hub

The Faculty of Education's researchers continually develop resources for use in classrooms and other pedagogical contexts, covering a vast range of subject areas.

Black History in Alberta & Canada profiles

Profiles of notable Black Canadians - Google Drive Repository

For more information about these resources, contact Dr. Kathy Robinson at kathy.robinson@ualberta.ca.

Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education

The Centre for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education has a wide variety of resources for different age groups and subject areas. For more information, contact CMASTE at cmaste@ualberta.ca.

Learning to Hate: An Anti-Hate Comic Project

These online graphic resources investigate the ways in which hate speech is experienced and negotiated in the contemporary lives of youth. Designed for preservice and practicing teachers, these mini-comics support lesson plans and catalyze classroom conversation on hate and hate speech. 

For more information about these resources, contact Dr. Jason Wallin at jjwallin@ualberta.ca.

The Grim Educator: Evil & Existential Education

This online book is for educators (and anyone else) who may be interested in the ways that death and evil shape how we interact with others and shape our world.

For more information about The Grim Educator, evil education, and existential education contact Dr. Cathryn van Kessel at vankesse@ualberta.ca.

LGBTQ2S+ Education

The Institute for Sexual Minority Studies & Services provides a wide-range of resources, workshops, events, and programs that aim to help LGBTQ2S+ youth grow into healthy, happy, and resilient adults.

For more information about iSMSS, contact ismss@ualberta.ca.

First Nations Children's Action Research and Education Service (FNCARES)

FNCARES designed a teaching guide to accompany the documentary film (Dis)placed: Indigenous Youth and the Child Welfare System (Brittain & Navia, 2017). It can be used along with the film to help students develop an understanding of the connections between Canada’s colonial history—especially residential schools—and ongoing inequities experienced by Indigenous children and youth.

For more information about FNCARES, please visit their website.


The following resources were created to support Canadian educators in talking about racism and advancing decolonizing practices in K-12 classrooms.

Taking Action to Prevent Anti-Black Racism in Canadian Schools
Let's Talk About Decolonization

Let's Talk About Decolonization - Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation