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Friday, February 8 • 11:45am - 12:45pm
How to create an authentic understanding of Residential Schools for your Students

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Engaging students in conversation surrounding Residential Schools is challenging in ensuring that students receive the academic facts without losing the personal stories and understandings that are the tragedy of our history. Without the emotional connection and understanding, empathy and reconciliation will be an incredibly hard task. This session will help you explore ways to facilitate both an academic and personal understanding of this complex and heartbreaking time in our history. The resources that will be explored for you to use in your classrooms are two Canadian documentaries, a graphic novel, as well as music videos created by First Nations youth exploring their challenges in the world today moving forward towards reconciliation. All the resources are voices from the Indigenous community sharing their story in their voice. Tools and tips on how to effectively utilize these tools in your classroom (notetaking strategies from documentaries and a graphic novel, as well approaches to music lyrics as poetry, etc.) will be provided along with assignment ideas and assessment rubrics.

Speakers
JZ

Joanna Zakus

Joanna has a BA History and a BEd Secondary Social Studies. She has been teaching primarily social studies and humanities for the last 15 years at the junior high level. Joanna currently is a teacher at a middle school with the Calgary Board of Education. She focuses on interactive... Read More →



Friday February 8, 2019 11:45am - 12:45pm
Shaw CC: Salon 11 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 128
  • Grade Focus 43715
  • Tags English

Attendees (177)