Resources for Educators

Becoming an engaged citizen takes not only theoretical knowledge but also practical skills and certain attitudes.

This is why we offer educators free resources and activities to help them talk about the law with students.

High School Workshops

A legal professional can visit your class free of charge to run an introductory law workshop.

Discover the workshops 

High School Teaching Guides

Our turnkey teaching guides help you speak to your students about the law and our court system.

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Tools for Adult Education Teachers

In adult education, real-life situations are the entry point for teaching. Éducaloi's legal information is a perfect fit with this approach.

That's why we've created teaching guides for this sector.

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About Legal Education

Legal education should be an essential part of the curriculum of Quebec schools, and of schools around the world!

Find out why

Partners' Programs

Citizenship and Charters Program - Canadian Bar Association, Quebec Branch

This program helps high school students learn about well-known human rights cases decided by the Supreme Court of Canada (discrimination, reasonable accommodation, etc.). A lawyer and a judge will visit your class, and students get a better understanding of the legal principles at the heart of our democracy. The program is free. The website is in French only, but the program is offered in English.

Details and registration

 

I'll talk to my lawyer on Wednesday! - Jeune Barreau de Montréal (junior bar association)

This service lets 12- 20-year-olds speak to a lawyer for free. Please pass this information along to students who need help with legal issues.

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