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Friday, February 9 • 12:45 - 13:45
Collective Memories: Braiding Our Stories Through History

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This workshop is designed to be an introduction to historical implications of concepts of assimilation through understanding of the policies and legislations between the Crown and Indigenous peoples. By understanding history through an Indigenous lens, short and long term impacts of forced assimilation policies will be revealed. Understanding these historical policies and legislations will contribute to the advancement of reconciliation. This workshop is not intended to be a comprehensive nor exhaustive exploration of Indigenous history in Canada. The intent is to build awareness and curiosity in teachers to explore more on their own.

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avatar for Crystal Clark

Crystal Clark

Walking Together Program Consultant, Alberta Teachers' Association
Crystal Clark is an Indigenous Education Walking Together Consultant working with the Alberta Teachers’ Association. She is a Fort McMurray born Cree/Dene and Métis who currently resides in Rocky Mountain House, AB. She holds a Masters of Educational Technology, Bachelor of Education... Read More →
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Hali Heavy Shield

Walking Together Program Consultant, Alberta Teachers' Association
Hali Heavy Shield is from the Blood Tribe of Southern Alberta and has been an educator with Red Crow College and Kainai Board of Education for 12 years. Her teaching and research areas include cultural literacy, Blackfoot Ways of Knowing, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission... Read More →

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Friday February 9, 2018 12:45 - 13:45 MST
Westin: Leduc Rm 10135 100 St NW
  General Interest / Intérêt Général  Inclusive Education / Éducation Inclusive
  • Room Details Classroom Max Capacity - 48
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English