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Artefacts: Vancouver – Self-Guided

Artefacts: Vancouver – Self-Guided Timing: 45 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online The following texts and sets of audio commentaries and primary historical documents allow students to investigate the ideas behind deinstitutionalization in Vancouver, BC.  These self-guided resources are well suited for flipped classroom use with an in-class or online discussion or learning activity.  Working in class …

Artefacts: Self-guided Learning

Artefacts: Self-guided Learning Timing: 15 minutes, flexible Mode: In class; Online Ya’Ya Heit makes a very clear connection between Indigenous experiences of mental health and wellbeing and the historical and contemporary context of colonialism.  Begin by having your students read the Learning Lens and Artefacts in Situ sections as background and examine Heit’s art and …

Artefacts: Self-Guided 2

Artefacts: Self-Guided 2 – Doreen Befus Story Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online It is very difficult to uncover the voices and perspectives of the targets of eugenics legislation, but this set of resources shifts the focus from the political to the personal. A selection of the letters and photographs that Doreen Befus donated to …

Artefacts: Self-Guided 1

Artefacts: Self-Guided 1 – Sterilization as Law and Practice Timing: 45 minutes Mode: In-class; online Sterilization legislation in Alberta was a legal response to broadly-held eugenicist ideas which understood the larger social good to be dependant on limiting the reproductive capacity of certain citizens.  This set of historical documents and audio commentary allows students to …

Artefacts: Self-Guided

Artefacts: MPA – Self-Guided Timing: 45 Minutes (flexible) Mode: In-class; Online The 36-minute Canadian documentary The Inmates Are Running the Asylum: Stories from MPA, is an excellent learning tool for exploring advocacy, activism and promising mental health practice.  Early MPA members still feel passionate about the group that they founded and wanted to make a …

Artefacts: Self-Guided

Artefacts: From Stigma to Action – Self-Guided Learning Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-Class; Online Living on the frontlines of community mental health during her stay at the Parkdale boarding house, Pat Capponi found an identity and a purpose in her Parkdale boarding house, creating coherence out of the chaos of early deinstitutionalization. What makes her …

Artefact Evaluation: Create a Commercial

Artefact Evaluation: Unity Housing – Create a Commercial Timing: 45 Minutes, flexible Delivery: In-class; Online Before your students watch the video on Unity Housing, split them up into small groups and assign each group a theme to gather insights about: Supportive housing models with democratic processes Members as workers/staff Limitations of low levels of staff …

Artefact Evaluation: Values Line

Artefact Evaluation: Edmond – Values Line Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online The different aspects of this set of resources (the text, the audio clips and the documents) all speak to the importance of housing for people with psychiatric diagnoses and the role that it played in the life and death of Edmond Yu. At …

Artefacts: Self-Guided/ Lecture

Artefacts: Edmond – Self Guided Learning/ Lecture Timing: 40 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online Supported by the Learning Lens and Artefacts in Context, these artefacts and accompanying text provide instructors with the basic components for a lecture or a self guided learning session on Edmond Yu, PARC, and the challenges of providing good housing and social …

Artefact Evaluation: Place Short Paper

Artefact Evaluation: Place – 5 Minute Paper Timing: 15 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online Use the Learning Lens and Artefacts In Context sections as the basis for a focused 5-minute lecture to introduce learners and educators to the importance of developing PARC’s “living room” approach as a model of practice with potential applications within the broader …