First Nations, Métis and Inuit have diverse perspectives, cultures, traditions and ways of knowing. This webinar will provide educators with a general overview of some Indigenous world views, cultural beliefs and values. Educators will be encouraged to reflect on their own practices and ways they can make space for Indigenous ways of knowing within their own contexts.
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
Shannon is a Div. 2 teacher on secondment from Fort McMurray Public School District. Shannon grew up in Fort McMurray learning about her Metis heritage and when she was 5 years old she said she wanted to be the first Native lady Prime Minister. Although that might not happen, she is excited to be working with the ATA on the Walking Together Project to help teachers learn more about the diverse cultures, histories, and contemporary realities of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Request for cancellation or refund must be received in writing (fax/email) at the CARC office a minimum of 7 FULL days prior to the event start, or registration fees will apply and refunds will not be issued. If you are unable to attend a session and unable to provide seven FULL days’ notice, please feel free to delegate an alternate to attend in your place. CARC also reserves the right to cancel an event within the 7 calendar days due to unforeseen circumstances such as facility closures, terrorist threats, natural disasters or extreme inclement weather (-35 C or colder). Cancellation notices should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Registration Deadline:||February 15, 2019|
|Focus(es):||First Nations, Métis, Inuit (FNMI)|
|Audience:||Educational Assistants, Teachers, Administrators, Jurisdictional Leadership, Trustees, Parents, Education Partners/Stakeholders, Community Members|
Session will run from: 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM