First People’s Principles – From Poster to Practice – Session 2
November 22 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm$50.00
Session 2: Going Deeper into Our Practice
First People’s Principles:
From Poster to Practice Networking Dinner
Thursday, November 22, 4:00 -7:00
Carson Graham Secondary School, North Vancouver
CONTINUE TO LEARN WITH US
Learning Forward BC invites cross-role educational teams to the second session of a thought-provoking evening to continue exploring indigenizing the BC curriculum.
Join Brad Baker, Stephanie Maki and a group of North Shore teachers and administrators. Along with presentations, we will feature examples of school-based practice with time for questions and conversations that will deepen conversation and our collective understanding of the First Peoples Principles of Learning and Indigenizing the curriculum.
Our Presenters and Facilitators
Brad is a proud member of the Squamish Nation. He is currently the District Principal of Aboriginal Education for the North Vancouver School District. He continues to pursue the three pathways of Indigenous Education: students, educators and community in his daily work to ensure that society is moving towards true reconciliation. Brad is also a member of the Governor General of Canada’s Leadership Conference. In addition, he is the past recipient of the Indspire’s Guiding the Journey Indigenous Educator Award in Leadership. Brad has contributed to many curriculum initiatives across British Columbia and Canada. Brad is currently pursuing his Doctor of Education here at UBC.
Stephanie has been teaching for 22 years in the North Vancouver School District. She currently works as an Aboriginal Academic Support Teacher and Aboriginal Secondary Resource Teacher. Stephanie has previously presented at the National Gathering for Indigenous Education. Stephanie also supports various school districts in bringing the First Peoples Principles of Learning and Aboriginal Worldview to all classrooms.
She holds a Masters of Education in Leadership: Indigenous Education. In addition, Stephanie has contributed to many curriculum initiatives including co-authoring materials for the National Film Board.
Sandra Lynne Shortall
Sandra-Lynn is District Principal, Early Learning in West Vancouver, BC. She is an accomplished education leader, currently employed as the District Principal for Early Learning for the West Vancouver. Sandra-Lynn is a frequent speaker on link between self-regulation and optimal learning outcomes. . Sandra-Lynn’s experiences as a kindergarten, primary, intermediate and special needs teacher, and elementary school principal, ground her presentations in the practical dimensions of social-emotional learning and self-regulation in today’s classroom.
Ian is the Principal of Carson Graham Secondary School in North Vancouver. Carson Graham host and runs current exemplary programs for the Aboriginal students. Previously Ian has worked in West Vancouver and in the Independent School System as a Vice-Principal, Principal and Director. He is known and respected provincially and nationally for his leadership in curriculum and instruction.
Bring a cross role team to this session and be prepared to deepen your learning with examples of school-based practice and time for conversations about our collective understanding of the First Peoples Principles of Learning and Indigenizing the curriculum.
You will leave with additional knowledge and
Tools, resources, ideas and inspiration
A cross-role perspective
Structures to support learning focused professional l conversations
Carson Graham Secondary School
2145 Jones Ave., North Vancouver,
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Cost: School Based or District Educator $50.00 (Includes snacks at 4:00 and a light dinner)
Student Teacher $35..00 (Includes snacks at 4:00 and a light dinner)
- Learning Forward BC
- Carson Graham Secondary School
- 2145 Jones Ave + Google Map