AUDIENCE: K-12 SCHOOL AND DISTRICT LEADERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.
"A principal supports the school community in acquiring and applying foundational knowledge about First Nations, Métis and Inuit for the benefit of all students." Principal Leadership Quality Standard - Competency #5.
This webinar will offer you, as educational leader in your school or district, the opportunity to learn about strategies, processes, tools, and Indigenous resources for creating meaningful and practical educational plans to acquire and apply Indigenous foundational knowledge across your school community. You will have the opportunity to:
This learning opportunity is supported by a grant from Alberta Education.
Note: this webinar is a repeat of the March 5th session.
Corrie Zieglerhas been an educator for over 39 years. Prior to joining Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium, Corrie served as a teacher, principal, supervisor and director with Edmonton Public Schools, where she led numerous districtwide projects, managed complex teams, and facilitated professional learning sessions on a broad spectrum of topics related to teaching and learning. Corrie has her Masters degree from the University of Alberta, and was a finalist in Alberta's Excellence in Teaching awards program. Corrie believes in the power of collaboration and has coached numerous learning communities in working together to achieve high levels of engagement and learning for all students.
Crystal Cholinhas been an educator for over 25 years. In that time, she has worked in Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Alberta. She has experience in both rural and urban settings as well as in the public and Catholic school systems. Her primary focus has been on upper middle years Language Arts, and she now works with Elk Island Catholic Schools as a learning consultant in the areas of literacy and Indigenous education. Three of her most meaningful years were spent living and working in Lax Kw'alaams, a Tsimshian community on the north coast of British Columbia, where she formed strong relationships with her students and community members. She brings a passion for advancing Truth and Reconciliation with an overall desire to enhance collaboration amongst educators and learning opportunities for all students.
This webinar is a repeat of the session that took place on March 5, 2018.