3 day workshop for preparing for Indigenous graduation requirements
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Is your school, school district, or teaching team needing some support in preparing for the Graduation requirements? This 3-part series is exactly what you need. This is an invitation to step into the work of creating and cocreating the courses needed for the new BC Indigenous course requirements for graduation. In this series of three workshops, you will be given the opportunity to learn about Indigenous history, education, and pedagogy for supporting your teaching practice with the new courses. The workshops will also provide space to ask questions, look at materials, learn about what you will need to know to teach the required courses. The interactive time together will allow you the space to create and build your course together with the guidance of Carolyn Roberts. Carolyn Roberts has been an educator for over 20 years and is currently a faculty member at SFU in their PDP program for preservice teachers. This time together will provide you with resources, guidance, and support in creating the Indigenous grade 12 course requirements for BC. Day 1: Education systems & colonization in relation to the courses your team is working on Day 2: Workshopping ideas and lesson planning Day 3: Cocreating courses for the Indigenous graduation requirements Each session is 90 minutes in length. There will be opportunities for break out group work, conversations and Q & A.
If you need to cancel please try and give 24 hours notice to reschedule