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Reimagining and Re-storying education:
How Indigenous education can transform your classroom.
This workshop will be a hands-on workshop filled with opportunities to support culturally sustaining practices within the classroom. Using an Indigenous lens and stories, we will work through ways that you can use Indigenous pedagogies and practices to support all students within your classroom. Grounded in Indigenous knowledge systems and worldview, this work will support how we engage with Indigenous education and practices in the K-12 education system. You will walk away with a new lens of teaching and some practices you will be able to use right away in your classroom.
In this 90 minute interactive workshop, you will be given opportunities to look at what decolonizing teacher practice looks like within a classroom. Carolyn will support your learning with opportunities to practice, discuss, and ask questions about decolonized teacher practice. This work is focused on creating classroom environments that will support all learners.
You can book this for 10-50 people.
Culturally Responsive Classrooms
This 90 minute interactive workshop is filled with opportunities to learn more about what a culturally responsive classroom looks like and feels like. With an Indigenous lens the workshop will support educators with how they can support all learners in the classroom through a culturally responsive approach.
Is your school, school district, or teaching team looking for some support with creating courses for the new Indigenous graduation requirements?
Then this 3 day workshop is for you!
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. This 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 BC course requirements.
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 breakout group work, conversations and Q & A.
You can book your team for these workshops, they are created for small groups up to 20 people max.
Examining Culturally Responsive Learning Environments
Is your school, school district, or community looking to doing work in equity, diversity and inclusion? Then this is the program for you.
This is a 5 part series that focuses on Indigenous education and decolonizing.
This is an invitation to step into the work of decolonizing teacher practice. In this series of five workshops, you will have opportunities to learn and unlearn the history of this land. Carolyn will take you on a walk through the building of Canada and how the colonial structures of Canada have harmed and continue to harm Indigenous people of this land. Within these conversations you will have the opportunity to deepen your understandings of colonization and how the education system has failed to teach us about Indigenous people of this land. From this work you will gain a deeper understanding of how this has shaped the Indigenous students within your classrooms. The journey will continue to support your learning as we unpack privilege, racism, and anti-racism. The conversations and work will help you explore and learn about practices that will support all learners within your classroom and school. The journey will then take you to what this looks like in practice. Giving opportunities to practice and apply your learning.
So come and join Carolyn for this journey of how examining culturally responsive learning environments through Indigenous education and decolonizing teacher practice.
Day 1: Education systems and the history of colonization
Day 2: Locating Self and Privilege
Day 3: Anti-Racism – creating a culture of safety
Day 4: Digging into decolonization in teacher practice
Day 5: Examining cultural safety as an outcome in our practice
Each session is 90 minutes in length. There will be opportunities for break out group work, conversations and Q & A. You can book these workshops for 10 to 100 people.
Is your school team needing support in finding Authentic resources for the classroom?
Then this is the workshop for your team!
In this highly interactive 90 minute seminar, we will be unpacking how to look for authentic resources. In this work we will learn how to make sure that the voices we are bringing into our classrooms are the voices of those that have not been allowed the space before. Our conversation will give your team the opportunity to deepen your understandings of the harms of cultural appropriation and plant seeds for you to become a champion in selecting authentic resources.
You can book this workshop for10 to 50 people.
This presentation also comes in a prerecorded virtual form. You will receive the video link with a facilitator guide for you and your team to work through together. ASK ME about you can get the link!
Book this workshop for your leadership team, school team, or district team!
This 90 minute interactive workshop was designed for school leaders, classroom leaders, and senior admin teams in mind. This workshop will help support your work with leading educational teams in relational ways. You will be given opportunities to create work spaces that are built upon the relationships you create with your learning teams. Carolyn will support your learning with opportunities to practice, discuss, and ask questions about the tools and knowledge needed to move into a more relationship based school community.
For more about the workshop check out my blog post about this work. "Circle work: Being together in relation."
You can book this workshop for 10-50 people
Performative to Accomplice
This workshop is for any team that is wanting to learn more about how they can support Indigenous education within the education system and beyond.
In this 120 minute interactive workshop, you will be given opportunities to take a deep dive into what is needed to be an accomplice in the work of Indigenous education. Carolyn will support your learning with opportunities to practice, discuss, and ask questions about the tools and knowledge needed to move away from performative practices, to educational work that will change how you teach in the classroom. This work is focused on creating spaces for educators to learn about how to approach the work and teach Indigenous education in their classrooms.
For more about the workshop check out my blog post about this work.
You can book this workshop for 10-50 people
Workshops are designed with education in mind.
They are intended for schools, school districts, and educational communities to book their teams for this work.
All Workshops are 90-120 minutes in length.
These can be in person or virtual.
Size of groups are listed.
Costs vary depending on the size of groups.
Please send an email for a quote.
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“Always fills my heart and spirit to be present and witness your impactful work Carolyn.”
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“Thank you for making the time and space for us on Thursday. You have me thinking a lot about my individual role as an imperfect accomplice but also about larger systematic changes that are necessary. I hope to hear you speak again soon!”
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