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Friday, February 10 • 09:00 - 11:00
Education for Reconciliation: Understanding the Legacy of Residential Schools

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Residential schools were agents of assimilation and cultural genocide for First Nations, Métis and Inuit children across Canada. Today, Alberta schools are working towards reconciliation by cultivating positive and respectful relationships among both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous students.

This workshop will examine the history, impacts, and legacy of residential schools including the effects of intergenerational trauma associated with the very real in today’s society. Tools, resources and strategies that contribute to the development of mutually respectful relations between Indigenous and non Indigenous Canadians will be explored. Participants will leave honouring the TRC’s Calls to Action and make a professional and personal commitment to action.

Speakers
avatar for Cheryl Devin

Cheryl Devin

Walking Together Program Consultant, Alberta Teachers' Association
Cheryl has 25 years of award-winning teaching experience at the junior high level in a variety of subject areas, including language arts, social studies and science. Her family comes from St Paul, Lac la Biche, and the Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement. Cheryl enjoys a variety of outdoor pursuits with her husband and two sons. She is currently on secondment from Edmonton Public Schools and is working on the ATA's Walking Together: Education for... Read More →
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Etienna Moostoos-Lafferty

Walking Together Program Consultant, Alberta Teachers' Association
Etienna Moostoos-Lafferty is a member of the Sturgeon Lake Cree nation and was raised in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Etienna graduated from the University of Alberta and has taught both on-reserve and off-reserve and in public and Catholic school districts. Etienna lives in Edmonton and currently works as a Walking Together Consultant for the Alberta Teachers' Association.

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Friday February 10, 2017 09:00 - 11:00
Westin: Manitoba Rm 10135 100 St NW
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 240
  • Grade Focus General
  • Tags English