The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) hosted the first Ontario High School Ethics Bowl on Saturday, March 7. Eleven teams from schools and 60 high school students across the 5 different school boards participated in the inaugural event.
Congratulations to The Woodlands School team, winners and recipients of the $3000 award, who will be representing Ontario at the Canadian High School Ethics Bowl April 23 and 24 in Winnipeg.
More photos from the event to come!
Saturday, March 7, 2020
A collaborative and competitive event, where teams of students analyze and discuss ethical dilemmas. They propose, criticize, and compare bold strategies, and may even amend their original positions when faced with convincing arguments. Students have opportunities to pose and respond to probing questions. In doing so they gain a deeper awareness of the stakes and principles that animate the discussion.
The winning team will receive $3000 Award toward expenses to represent Ontario at the Canadian High School Ethics Bowl in Winnipeg, April 23/24, 2020.
- Mutual respect
- Critical thinking
- Active listening
- Volunteer! We are recruiting volunteers to help with the event. Sign up to volunteer
- Registration is full. Due to an overwhelming response, we have reached our registration limit.
- Download our flyer (pdf)
- Guide for Ontario High School Educators (pdf)
- Canadian High School Ethics Bowl Guide for Educators Appendices (pdf)
CTV News Winnipeg highlights the 2019 Canadian High School Ethics Bowl
National High School Ethics Bowl 2018 from National High School Ethics Bowl.
2020 Ontario High School Ethics Board Committee
Andrée-Anne Cormier (Glendon College, York University)
Allison Piñeros Glasscock (U of T, St. George)
Juan Piñeros Glasscock (U of T, Mississauga)
Jeffrey Senese (U of T, Mississauga)
Mike Twamley (U of T, St. George)
Nic Fillion (Simon Fraser University)
Nicolas Tanchuk (Iowa State University)
The Ontario High School Ethics Bowl is made possible by the generous financial support from: