The 60s Scoop refers to the policy driven forcible removal of First Nations and Métis children from homes from the 1950s to the 1980s. This webinar will provide educators with an overview of historical and current insights as well as the impacts the “scoop” has had on Indigenous children, parents, families and communities.
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
Crystal Clark is currently a Walking Together: Education for Reconciliation consultant with the Alberta Teachers Association. She is Fort McMurray Métis and a proud mother. She holds a Masters of Educational Technology, BED,BFA, New Media Diploma, and a Native Creative Writing and Visual Arts Diploma from the En’owkin Center. Along with teaching, she has experience as a Vice Principal and First Nations Student Success Program coordinator. She has received a Prime Minister's Teaching Achievement Award, Esquao Award for Education, Peace Hills Trust Award Recipient, and a BC Festival of the Arts Media scholarship.
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|Registration Deadline:||March 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