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Thu, Jun 08



Webinar - Indigenous Awareness in the Early Years

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Time & Location

Jun 08, 2023, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.



About the event

The First Peoples Principles of Learning say that “Learning requires exploration of one’s identity". This workshop will take us on a journey through pre-contact, contact and today’s realities for Indigenous people across Turtle Island (the continent of North America). This journey will allow participants to understand ways of life before contact, the challenges brought on by colonisation with discussion on the Indian Act, residential schools, the 60's/millennial scoop and ways to bring Indigenous People’s resilience into our lives in an authentic way. We will discuss the impact colonisation has had on the way we educate our children, ways to challenge the colonial structure that has been placed on education and explore ways to decolonize our practices, our classroom and ourselves. We will take on the social responsibility of educating ourselves of the history, and today's realities. This journey will be facilitated with respect and vulnerability.

Living Inquiries:

  • Well-being and belonging.
  • Identities, social responsibility and diversity.


  • Culture and worldviews.
  • Indigenous voices and perspectives.
  • Safety and respect.
  • Every child is a gift.
  • Family origins, cultural background, place of origin, allegiance and affiliation, citizenship, and other identities.
  • Social responsibility and justice.
  • Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Workshop Registration

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Registration closes: June 8th

Spaces available: 96

Credit Hours: 2

Fee: $20.00

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