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Peaceful Spirit

Individuals are part of a community and their choices and actions have an impact on others within that community, online, and in the environment. There are many ways to work together to make positive changes that results in a peaceful spirit for all.

Citizenship

Active Citizenship extends well beyond the classroom and encourages students to become actively involved in their communities and the world. Active Citizenship is a philosophy that advocates that we each have certain roles and responsibilities to society and to the environment.

My piece of the puzzle

Youth Educator Family and community

Being An Active Citizen

WE Movement

I Am Because of You

Developing Global Perspective for Educators

Being An Active Citizen: Teaching Resources

Developing Our Students as Active Citizens

15 Ways Parents Can Encourage Active Citizenship

The Board and each school, has a vital link to the community through various not-for-profit organizations .  Trillium Lakelands District School Board works with its community partners. The school, board working together with its community partners, is able to offer students and their families opportunities that go well beyond the classroom, such as:

  • Special Events
  • Raising Awareness
  • Co-operative Education

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Youth Educator Family and community
What Is Community Engagement? TLDSB Community Partners

Grow the GoodOnline social networks are presenting more and more opportunities for our  communities to share information quickly and broadly.  Digital citizenship is the appropriate and responsible behaviour with regard to the use of that technology.

There is an opportunity and a need to show the good in social media by sharing all the good things that Trillium Lakelands District School Board staff, students, and school communities do to have a positive local, national, and global impact. To grow the good, it is important to reflect the TLDSB mission “better together in a safe and caring learning community” when using social media. Social media is about connecting TLDSB to something larger – it’s about people, not tools.

To learn more about about TLDSB’s Grow the Good, please click here.

My piece of the puzzle

Youth Educator Family and community

Digital Citizenship: Using Technology Appropriately

9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

Know The Net

10 Tests of Good Digital Citizenship

Common Sense Education: Media and Technology Resources for Educators

Digital Citizenship: Using Technology Appropriately

THINK Before You Post

Flocabulary: Oversharing – 10 tips for communicating and sharing on social media site

Turning Students into Good Digital Citizens

Digital Citizenship: Using Technology Appropriately

TLDSB: Grow the Good – Guidelines to Technology Use within the School Board

Know The Net

7 Steps to Good Digital Parenting

The Ultimate Parent Guide for Protecting Your Child on the Internet

EnvironmentTrillium Lakelands District School Board is committed to delivering effective environmental education and to modeling environmentally responsible practices as well as to raising environmental awareness for all staff, students, trustees and the community. TLDSB will consistently consider the impact on the environment of decisions that are made in the delivery of curriculum and in the daily operations of our school board.

My piece of the puzzle

Youth Educator Family and community

The David Suzuki Foundation

The Robert Batement “Get to Know” program – inspiring youth to go outdoors and get to know their wild neighbours.

Earth Rangers

Earth Day Canada: Eco Kids

Earth Hour

Ontario EcoSchools – environmental education and certification program for grades K-12

Green Teacher magazine

National Geographic Environmental Literacy Teachers Guide

It’s Easy to Be Green – Teacher Resources for Environmental Education

Ducks Unlimited

Earth Hour and helpful hints for beyond the hour

National Geographic environmental news

The David Suzuki Foundation

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