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Thursday, February 8 • 10:30 - 11:30
Navigating Multiple Perspectives: Strategies for Social Studies Teachers

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Whose voices are heard in your classrooms, and why? The Alberta Program of Studies in its current (and likely future) form calls for the inclusion of Aboriginal and Francophone perspectives, and there are many others that we might want to engage with as well. This task, however, is tricky. How might we engage with perspectives in meaningful ways? Many teachers fear the inclusion of perspectives and points-of-view that are not their own. This session will provide tools, tips, and tricks, as well as a theoretical foundation to help teachers feel confident that they can engage respectfully with perspectives within and beyond their classroom. Although this session is connected to the social studies curriculum, much of the content may also be of interest to those in ELA, Second Languages, and other teaching areas.

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Cathryn van Kessel

Assistant Professor, Social Studies
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 8, 2018 10:30 - 11:30 MST
Westin: Turner Valley Rm 10135 100 St NW
  Social Studies / Études sociales  General Interest / Intérêt Général
  • Chairperson Janet Vader - Elk Island Public #28
  • Room Details Lecture Max Capacity - 100
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English