During this workshop we will dive into The First Peoples Principles of Learning from the Early Learning Framework (ELF), discuss the impact colonization 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 our selves.
The time that we will spend together, exploring the shift in perspectives and working to move away from colonial practices, will allow us to disrupt and challenge how we teach the various truths in the classroom and outside the classroom. It is important to identify who plays what role in a child’s life, and why each role must be supported to create a healthy community.
About the facilitator
Anin nitisinihkas Jade Brass nitonci The Key iskinokanir Treaty four. Coast Salish Territory known as Vancouver ndidaa. I graduated with honours from Native Education College, received my diploma for Aboriginal Early Childhood Education and continued my studies at UBC to obtain my Bachelor of Indigenous education through the NITEP program. I work at Uy’sqwalaun HeadStart and I love how the centre involves community with learning. As an Indigenous ihkwe, my goal is to continue to be a positive role model in our community and do this work for our children and our unborn babies.
The price of this training will increase from $49 to $65 on November 15th. The cost of this workshop is per person.
This training will take place via Zoom. Participants will be emailed the login information.
Please note that this workshop is not guaranteed to run. We need a minimum number of people enrolled in order to be able to run it.