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Thursday, February 7
 

8:30am

Les sept enseignements des grands-pères
Cet atelier examinera les sept enseignements de grand-père (Anishnabe/Ojibwé) transmis à travers les générations. Durant la journée, nous aborderons entre autres sujets les animaux qui ont été associés à chacun de ces enseignements et la façon dont ils utilisent les dons offerts par le Créateur. En s’inspirant de la littérature, nous allons explorer les moyens de faire découvrir ces enseignements à nos élèves, dans toutes les matières. Nous allons discuter de l'importance de ces enseignements dans notre vie quotidienne en ce qui concerne la formation du caractère, mais aussi afin de comprendre comment ces enseignements ont contribué à la survie de nos peuples autochtones à travers l’histoire. Vous participerez à des activités et à des discussions que vous pourrez utiliser dans vos salles de classe afin de faciliter la compréhension de ces enseignements.

Speakers
avatar for Eric Caron

Eric Caron

Éric Caron is professional learning consultant with the Consortium provincial francophone. With a background in history, Éric has taught a variety of subjects. His passion for teaching and learning is demonstrated by the variety of classroom projects and extra-curricular activities... Read More →



Thursday February 7, 2019 8:30am - 10:00am
Chateau Lacombe: Salon B
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 100
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags French

8:45am

Democracy Bootcamp: NCTCA 2019 presented by CIVIX
****This is an ATA sponsored event and has an independent registration at the link below**** 

Space is limited. Please click here to register by January 31.

One of the most urgent issues facing democracies today is the spread of misinformation and disinformation. The ability to discern true from false, and reliable from unreliable, is an essential skill of citizenship in the digital age. Learn the tips and tricks for fact-checking and verifying sources that you can bring back to your classroom and empower your students to be informed citizens.

In preparation for the spring provincial election, listen to experts and journalists share their insights relating to the parties and campaign strategies, and participate in small group discussions with other teachers to speak about useful tools and best practices for Student Vote.

Teachers will leave the day ready to challenge their students into thinking about politics, news consumption and participating in Student Vote Alberta 2019.

If you have any questions, please email the CIVIX team at bootcamp@civix.ca.

Moderators
avatar for Jonathan Teghtmeyer

Jonathan Teghtmeyer

Associate Coordinator, Government- Communications, Alberta Teachers' Association
Jonathan Teghtmeyer is the Associate Coordinator, Communications for The Alberta Teachers' Association. His primary responsibilities are in communications, political engagement and advocacy. He has a Bachelor of Education and Masters of Arts in Communication and Technology from the... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for CIVIX

CIVIX

CIVIX
CIVIX is a non-partisan, national registered charity dedicated to building the habits of active and engaged citizenship among young Canadians. We provide authentic learning opportunities to help young people practice their rights and responsibilities as citizens, and connect with... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 8:45am - 3:30pm
Alberta Teachers' Association Auditorium 11010 142 St, Edmonton AB, T5N 2R1
  • Room Details None
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

9:00am

Partagez la route : L'appel du Pape François
Le Pape François nous appel à Partager la route avec les migrants forcés et les réfugiés. Devenez membre de Développement et Paix afin d'apprendre les causes migratoires, les expériences et les injustices dont souffrent les réfugiés et les étapes pratiques permettant aux élèves et aux communautés de s'impliquer dans ce mouvement de l'Église du Monde.


Thursday February 7, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
MacEwan University - Alberta College: Rm 313
  • Room Details Classroom Max Capacity - 35
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags French

9:00am

Literature to Engage Your Students in K - 5 Social Studies
This session features literature that will engage your students and support the K- 5 Social Studies curriculum. Literature can be a great way to spark inquiry and engagement in students and make connections that are more meaningful to their learning. Participants will explore relevant and high interest books and receive annotated lists linking the resources to the curriculum. Additionally there are suggested activities and projects participants could use in their class tomorrow.

Speakers
KA

Kerry Aiken

Kerry Aiken holds undergraduate degrees in Education and Native American Studies, from the University of Lethbridge, as well as her Master of Educational Leadership degree from the U of L. Kerry has been teaching for 15 years and is in her second year as the Principal at Milo Community... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Shaw CC: Salon 4 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Meghan Adams - High Prairie #62
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 160
  • Grade Focus K-6
  • Tags English

9:00am

Authoritative, Age Appropriate Social Studies Content for Division I Students
Let the ORC help take away your concerns about young students using internet resources for Social Studies content, while enriching your curriculum. Never heard of the ORC? The ORC is a $1.2 million collection of digital resources licensed on behalf of all K-12 students, parents, school staff and pre-service teachers in Alberta. Join this session to learn about the wonderful resources available for young learners through the ORC, and get tips on the logistics of using them with your division I students.

Speakers
avatar for Bethany Arsenault

Bethany Arsenault

Online Reference Centre Coordinator, Online Reference Centre
Bethany Arsenault holds a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), as well as a B.Mus.Ed. and B.A. English Honours. She has taught in both elementary and junior high classrooms, and is passionate about information literacy and digital learning spaces. Bethany is experienced... Read More →



Thursday February 7, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Shaw CC: Salon 17/18 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 48
  • Grade Focus K-3
  • Tags English

9:00am

Elder in the Making - an Blackfoot and Chinese-Canadian story
“Elder in the Making” is an award-winning documentary that has been praised for its accessibility and local relevance for students and teachers all across Alberta. The film follows two young urban dwellers, one Blackfoot and the other Chinese-Canadian, who embark on a roadtrip across traditional Blackfoot territory. Across cinematic prairie landscapes guided by the wisdom of modern day elders, two unlikely travel companions rediscover their shared history and in one tragic moment come to understand their responsibility as stewards of the land and of the generations yet to come. Join Director Chris Hsiung for an intimate discussion about the making of the film and the journey it has spawned since.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Hsiung

Chris Hsiung

Executive Producer, Hidden Story Productions
Chris Hsiung is the Producer and Director of award winning feature documentary Elder in the Making. As the founder of Hidden Story Productions Ltd., he seeks stories that express both the struggles and triumphs of the human spirit. His journey has taken him from Kathmandu where Nepalese... Read More →



Thursday February 7, 2019 9:00am - 11:00am
Chateau Lacombe: Klondike Room B
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 60
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

10:15am

Grave Matters: Engaging with the Corpses of Social Studies
High school social studies curriculum is filled with dead bodies as a result of disease, (un)civil conflict, genocides, wars, and other violence incidents. Yet, how often do we think about how we talk about these corpses? This presentation will draw from the theories of Judith Butler, Michel Foucault, and Achille Mbembe to inspire how we might encounter death in our classrooms. We will examine three types of corpses: banal, idealized, and censored bodies. Banal bodies are those which have become commonplace and ordinary, while idealized bodies are those we make sacred and sacrosanct. Censored bodies are those which are either hidden or removed from attention. We will explore those bodies with direct reference to the Alberta Program of Studies for Social Studies in Grades 10-12.

Speakers
avatar for Cathryn van Kessel

Cathryn van Kessel

Assistant Professor, University of Alberta
Cathryn van Kessel is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta in Secondary Social Studies Education. As a secondary school teacher, Cathryn taught junior and senior high social studies and Latin for a decade, and now teaches social studies curriculum and instruction classes... Read More →



Thursday February 7, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
Shaw CC: Salon 9 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Dougas Lang - High Prairie #62
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 128
  • Grade Focus 43809
  • Tags English

10:15am

Reaching Division II Students with Authoritative Resources for Social Studies
If your student’s research process begins and ends with Google and/or Wikipedia, then you are not alone. You know that students should be accessing information beyond these two sources, but from where? Learn Alberta’s Online Reference Centre (ORC) is a $1.2 million collection of curricular-aligned digital resources licensed on behalf of all K-12 staff, students and parents in Alberta. Join this session to learn about the ORC’s engaging and authoritative resources for Social Studies content that directly align with the grades 4-6 Alberta curricula.

Speakers
avatar for Bethany Arsenault

Bethany Arsenault

Online Reference Centre Coordinator, Online Reference Centre
Bethany Arsenault holds a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), as well as a B.Mus.Ed. and B.A. English Honours. She has taught in both elementary and junior high classrooms, and is passionate about information literacy and digital learning spaces. Bethany is experienced... Read More →



Thursday February 7, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
Shaw CC: Salon 17/18 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 48
  • Grade Focus 43620
  • Tags English

10:30am

What a Baby Chimpanzee Taught Me About Becoming a Better Teacher
An inspiring and uplifting presentation about one teacher’s eye-opening travels around the world and his relentless efforts to rescue a chimp in danger. As a child, Spencer Sekyer grew up in a small town, where many of his days were spent hunting in the woods and pursuing his dream of becoming a professional athlete. But when his athletic career ended, he found himself seeking new goals. Spencer returned to school and became a teacher. Realizing he still had much to learn about the world, Spencer set out to explore its most dangerous areas. He traveled to Sierra Leone to volunteer in a local school, followed by trips to the West Bank, Afghanistan, and Haiti. Each time, Spencer returned home a little wiser, a little more emotionally mature, and a little more ready to give back to a world that had given him so much. In Duhok, Kurdistan, Spencer’s journey took a new turn. After stumbling into a local zoo, Spencer formed an unlikely bond with Manno, a young chimpanzee who had been kidnapped from his family in central Africa and sold into captivity. Determined to get Manno back to his home, Spencer began to investigate the shadowy, dangerous world of global animal trafficking. Facing resistance at every turn, and with ISIS closing in on Duhok, Spencer finally set in motion an international effort to get his friend to safety, before it was too late.

Speakers
SS

Spencer Sekyer

Spencer Sekyer is an adventurer, philanthropist, and educator who has taught in Sierra Leone, the Dheisheh refugee camp in the West Bank, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, and Haiti. His passion is assisting children and animals in Canada and in distressed areas around the world, and his travel... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
Chateau Lacombe: Salon B.
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 60
  • Grade Focus 43809
  • Tags English

11:30am

Banksy, Basquiat and Book Learning: Exploring Social Justice Learning through Street Art
This session will give participants a synopsis of an engaging school based project that was funded by a grant in support of Social Justice Learning from the Aspen Foundation. Project details include having students chose and research a social justice issue, be introduced to various “street art” techniques by a local Edmonton street artist and display their learning in an art campaign that raises awareness of their chosen issue. Participants will walk away with resources and ideas to implement their own Social Justice & Street Art program in either their school, their Social Studies classroom or their Art classroom.

Speakers
KB

Kristian Basaraba

Next Step High School
Kristian Basaraba is presently a high school science teacher at Next Step High school in Sherwood Park. He has a Master’s of Science in Science Education from Montana State University and has taught all levels of high school science, including International Baccalaureate and non-academic... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Shaw CC: Salon 13/14 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 48
  • Grade Focus 43806
  • Tags English

11:30am

Anti-Villainification Strategies for Social Studies Teachers
All historical accounts used in social studies classrooms, by their very nature, will be simplifications of the past. Curriculum developers, textbook authors, and teachers are forced to make difficult choices about how and what to include. This presentation is concerned about the portrayal of villains, and how those portrayals can influence student judgements about those implicated in historical and contemporary atrocities.

Speakers
avatar for Cathryn van Kessel

Cathryn van Kessel

Assistant Professor, University of Alberta
Cathryn van Kessel is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta in Secondary Social Studies Education. As a secondary school teacher, Cathryn taught junior and senior high social studies and Latin for a decade, and now teaches social studies curriculum and instruction classes... Read More →



Thursday February 7, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Shaw CC: Salon 9 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Isabel Rempel - Pembina Hills #22
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 128
  • Grade Focus 43806
  • Tags English

11:30am

Indigenous Short Stories from Across Alberta
Join Chris Hsiung, Producer and Director of the award-winning film "Elder in the Making”, to learn about his latest collaboration: a series of short films about the Indigenous Peoples of Alberta to be exhibited at the newly opened Royal Alberta Museum. Ambitious in scope, this series brings contemporary Cree, Dene, Metis, Blackfoot and Nakoda voices into the Human History wing of the museum. The museum spent years consulting with Indigenous Elders across Alberta to determine what stories they wished to share. This is an exciting opportunity for educators to hear about the stories behind the films which cover a range of Indigenous topics from Treaties, residential schools, language revitalization efforts, oral traditional stories, and historically significant events.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Hsiung

Chris Hsiung

Executive Producer, Hidden Story Productions
Chris Hsiung is the Producer and Director of award winning feature documentary Elder in the Making. As the founder of Hidden Story Productions Ltd., he seeks stories that express both the struggles and triumphs of the human spirit. His journey has taken him from Kathmandu where Nepalese... Read More →



Thursday February 7, 2019 11:30am - 1:30pm
Chateau Lacombe: Klondike Room B
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 60
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

1:00pm

Literature to Engage Your Students in Grade 6-9 Social Studies
This session features literature that will engage your students and support the Social Studies curriculum in Grades 6 - 9. Literature can be a great way to spark inquiry and engagement in students and make connections that are more meaningful to their learning. Participants will explore relevant and high interest books and receive annotated lists linking the resources to the curriculum. Additionally there are suggested activities and projects participants could use in their class tomorrow.

Speakers
KA

Kerry Aiken

Kerry Aiken holds undergraduate degrees in Education and Native American Studies, from the University of Lethbridge, as well as her Master of Educational Leadership degree from the U of L. Kerry has been teaching for 15 years and is in her second year as the Principal at Milo Community... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Shaw CC: Salon 4 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 160
  • Grade Focus 43715
  • Tags English

1:30pm

Meet the Museum: Unpacking Program Potential at the New Royal Alberta Museum
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Get to know your new Royal Alberta Museum by registering for an engaging two-hour workshop with members of the RAM’s Learning Team. Through hands-on inquiry experiences, materials investigation and gallery exploration you will hear about the Royal Alberta Museum’s approach to learning and explore how our new museum can support your programming objectives. This session will take place at the new Royal Alberta Museum, which is located in Edmonton’s downtown arts district. Our vision is to foster wonder, inquiry and new understandings about Alberta and its place in the world. We can’t wait to welcome you into our new building so we can work together to unpack the potential of one of Alberta’s rich community resources.

Speakers
RL

RAM Learning Team

The Royal Alberta Museum Learning Team is comprised of a group of educators with a variety of backgrounds and experiences. We are all passionate about making the museum a resource offering informal learning to all. With our newly opened downtown museum, we are excited for the opportunity... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Offside: Downtown
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 40
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

1:45pm

Genius Hour: Learn How to Empower your Students to Explore their Passions
Genius Hour is an opportunity for students to choose something they want to learn about. Regardless of what they study or build, they meet both ELA and Social outcomes in the process. In this session you will receive a more expansive overview of what Genius Hour is and how it is implemented. We will explain the structure of the unit we created, the results based on our own experiences, and show you how it directly aligns with LA and Social curricular outcomes. You will also leave with a link to a google folder with a ready-made Genius Hour unit (based on LA8 and SS8 outcomes, which could easily be adjusted to fit other grades levels) that you can incorporate into your own classroom.

Speakers
KD

Katie DeBoer

Katie teaches grade 8 humanities at Ecole JE Lapointe School in Beaumont, AB.


Thursday February 7, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Shaw CC: Salon 15/16 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 48
  • Grade Focus 43715
  • Tags English

2:00pm

Share the Journey: Pope Francis’ Call to Walk
Pope Francis has called us to Share the Journey with forced migrants and refugees by walking together. Join Development and Peace to learn about the causes of migration, the experiences and injustices facing refugees, and the practical steps to get our students and communities involved in this movement of the Global Church.

Speakers
DA

Development and Peace - Caritas Canada

Are you looking to engage your students or youth in social justice? Visit the Development and Peace booth for exciting activities, lesson plans and retreat packages on social justice that can be easily integrated into your classrooms or other youth spaces.


Thursday February 7, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Shaw CC: Salon 1 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 40
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English

2:30pm

Weaving Ways: Supporting Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Division One Social Studies
Weaving Ways: Supporting Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Division One Social Studies: The Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia (ARPDC) created Weaving Ways as a framework to support teachers in designing meaningful teaching and learning opportunities that weave together Indigenous ways of knowing with Western pedagogical practices for the benefit of all students and our collective journey towards reconciliation. This session will explore foundational First Nations, Métis and Inuit ways of knowing considering current and new draft curriculum through the Weaving Ways model of Cultures of Belonging, Instructional Design, Sharing Through Story and Pedagogy. Specific examples of what this could look like in a division one social studies classroom will be highlighted.

Speakers
NT

Nicole Thomlinson

Nicole Thomlinson is an assistant principal at J.H. Picard School with Edmonton Catholic Schools.


Thursday February 7, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Chateau Lacombe: Salon B.
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 60
  • Grade Focus K-3
  • Tags English
 
Friday, February 8
 

9:00am

Re-examining Munich 1938... the parable, the geopolitics and the echoes
Using the framework of "Realism" (that all foreign policy is based on self-interest) we examine the geopolitics of the Munich Crisis and its remarkable analogues in recent military interventions. Along the way there is a history quiz (everyone gets a prize) on the misuses of the "Munich" parable.Participants will become aware of "Popular Geopolitics" (what we are led to believe),"Classical Geopolitics" (on enduring geopolitical issues) and "Practical Geopolitics" (geopolitics as practiced).Most discussions of war (that we are privy to) are not based on their real causes.This talk gives participants an understanding of the ultimate causes of war- a necessary prerequisite for understanding and debate.Much of what people think is received as is.While thoughtful consideration fails due to boundaries set on what is not known and the framing of what is known.This talk enlarges historical knowledge on the Munich Crisis as well as recent military aggression and examines the real motives behind past, present and future wars.

Speakers
GH

Greg Hunter

Teacher, EPSB
Greg Hunter taught Science in Alberta for 30 years. He has been studying and talking on the need for a more scientific approach to understanding and teaching History. One with a regard for Evidence and Reason and a vigilance against Dogma and Bias. “What I particularly enjoyed was... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 9:00am - 11:00am
Shaw CC: Salon 9 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Mary Briand - Greater Peace #13
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 250
  • Grade Focus 43806
  • Tags English

10:30am

Bringing Social 8 to Life!
Want to bring history to life in your classroom? Want your students to experience history? This session will walk you through simulations that you can run for the Italian city states introducing the Renaissance, feudal Japanese society, Aztec society and the Spanish Conquest of the Aztec. Your students will be actively engaged in their learning and WANT to know more! They will have opportunities to put themselves into history and become the characters that before they merely read about! Lots of humanities cross curricular opportunities! You will walk away with the complete simulation packages for 4 different sims.

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 10:30am - 11:30am
Chateau Lacombe: McDougall Room
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 60
  • Grade Focus 43715
  • Tags English

11:45am

How to create an authentic understanding of Residential Schools for your Students
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

1:45pm

Congo for the Taking... Imperialism, Idealism and Realism
Congo’s History as a case study of Imperialism and Neocolonialism... 19th Century to the present. “The conquest of the earth, which mostly means the taking it away from those who have a different complexion or slightly flatter noses than ourselves, is not a pretty thing when you look into it too much. What redeems it is the idea only.” Joseph Conrad. Congo has a rich legacy of such Imperial Ideas: Protection from Arab Slave Traders, Development, Civilization, Christianity, Commerce, Paternalism, Racism, Anti-Communism, Great Power Rivalry, Capitalism, Humanitarianism, Peace Keeping, Independence, Self Determination, Structural Adjustment Programs, Neoliberalism, Pursuing Genocidaires... but what was really at the back of it? “It was just robbery with violence, aggravated murder on a great scale” Joseph Conrad. Africa is one the West's richest neocolonial projects and Congo is the heart of that darkness. This presentation uses quotes from "The Heart of Darkness" to illustrate the continuity of Imperial policy from Leopold's Congo to the present. Suggested documentary and book: BBC Documentary, Rwanda's Untold Story, https://vimeo.com/107867605 There Will be Blood by Judi Rever, https://www.cbc.ca/books/in-praise-of-blood-1.4828729

Speakers
GH

Greg Hunter

Teacher, EPSB
Greg Hunter taught Science in Alberta for 30 years. He has been studying and talking on the need for a more scientific approach to understanding and teaching History. One with a regard for Evidence and Reason and a vigilance against Dogma and Bias. “What I particularly enjoyed was... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Shaw CC: Salon 2 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Chairperson Sylvia Brendel - St. Thomas Aquinas #45
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 200
  • Grade Focus 43806
  • Tags English