Educator Resources

Educators play an important part in preventing youth from using tobacco and vapour products. This section is aimed at providing reliable information and interventions for use in the classroom. Here is a list of resources related to the key areas of tobacco and vaping prevention:

Consider the Consequences

Consider the Consequences is a Health Canada vaping prevention campaign. Download or order awareness materials for schools, community groups or for parents.

I Quit For Me

Health Canada’s I quit for me aims to help youth aged 14 to 18 quit smoking and vaping. It includes a Facilitator’s guide and a recruitment poster.

Not an Experiment

Not an Experiment is an interactive digital toolkit available to help educators, as well as parents/caregivers and youth learn more about vaping products, current laws, the impact of vaping on health and supports available for cessation.

Vaping toolkit

(Public Health Sudbury & Districts)

Vaping Toolkit is an electronic toolkit that includes downloadable factsheets, a PowerPoint, and activity plans.

Vaping – What’s the hype?

(North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit)

What’s the Hype is a vaping prevention toolkit that aims to support educators in facilitating discussions and critical thinking about vaping with their students. It is geared for grade 5-9 classrooms in Ontario. Topics covered include nicotine and addiction, the health effects of using tobacco and vape products, links between the tobacco and vape industries, marketing strategies including flavours and packaging, decisions around vaping, sources of support, and vaping laws in Ontario.

This item was last modified on March 25, 2024