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Education Resources

Our free teacher resources bring insurance industry expertise into the classroom with curriculum-based activities that are age-appropriate and teacher friendly.

All of our resources include comprehensive teacher notes and lesson plans with in-class and student assignment activities built into each and every lesson. Teachers and students will be guided through activities that will aid students in understanding key insurance and risk concepts.
For information about each resource, click on the image below. Each of the resources are available as downloadable PDFs or as a printed resource that can be mailed to you, free for teachers.
Each of the Insurance Institute's resources has earned the Certificate of Recommendation by Curriculum Services Canada.  

 

OUR CURRICULUM RESOURCES

Forces of Nature
  

Forces of Nature

This resource highlights the role of insurance in the aftermath of a natural disaster.
By focusing on four examples of Canadian disasters: the Quebec ice storm, hurricane
Juan, the Peterborough floods, and the Kelowna wildfires, students will gain an understanding
of the cause and effect relationships between human activity and the environment,
the impact of natural disasters have on communities and how they recover from the damages.

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Know Your Risk   

Know your Risk

This resource encourages your students to explore the risks in their lives and the role ethics
plays in their personal decision-making. This resource has been designed for students in
grades 4 and beyond in subjects of Life skills, Career and Life Management and Health.

 

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Risk Responsibility Reality

Risk Responsibility Reality

This resource uses three humourous vignettes, showcasing real-life events relevant to
high school students, to explore the issues of social responsibility, legal liability, ethical behavior
and practical life skills. This resource has been designed for grades 9 through 12 for use in Law,
Life Skills, Career Planning and Family Studies classrooms.

           

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You're in Business     

You're in Business

This comprehensive resource brings the real world into you business studies classroom by introducing
your students to the business of insurance. This resource builds on provincial curriculum standards
while increasing student understanding of ethics, entrepreneurship, marketing and the reality of the
risks inherent in operating a business. This resource has been designed for business studies students
in grades 9 through 12 studying Intro to Business, Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship

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