STA’s Aboriginal Education Committee Presents YUSAYtLTHUT “To Shine a Light On It” Conference

Aboriginal Worldviews & Perspectives
Keynote: Dr. Lee Brown from the UBC Institute for Aboriginal Health
Supporting Aboriginal Students’ Emotional Development
  • Semiahmoo First Nation Traditional Governance           
  • Using Historical Reasoning to Create Space for Reconciliation & Healing in the Classroom 
  • Indigenous Perspectives
  • Firsts Nations Drum Making (All Day) First come, first in the circle of 20
  • Infusing Aboriginal Content
  • History of the Inuit Peoples
  • Legacy of Residential Schools
  • First Nations Archaeology
  • Aboriginal Math
  • Motivation from Resilience 
  • Deconstructing Myths
  • Aboriginal Games
  • Traditional Beading
  • Pow Wow Dancing 101
  • Picturing Memories (Participants in this workshop are asked to bring a photo of a relative)
  • Residential Schools
  • Dreamcatchers (All Day) First come, first in the circle of 20 
  • Working with Aboriginal Youth

Traditional Grand Entry                      Traditional Welcome

Traditional teachings                          Traditional Drumming, Singing, and Dancing

Vendor Booths                                   Lunch provided

STA Pro-D Opportunities
Thursday, November 10, 2017
Queen Elizabeth Secondary School
9457 King George Boulevard, Surrey
8:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Free to district teachers

CUPE members and out-of-town district teachers WELCOME ($25.00 registration fee at the door will apply to cover cost of morning refreshments & lunch).

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Monday, November 6th, 2017. Filed in Category: Opportunities For Members