New Westminster EFP 10-12 Pro-D Sat., February 25, 2023
New Westminster Secondary School
This full-day workshop, designed to support educators to bring quality, authentic First Peoples resources into BC classrooms, explores the English First Peoples Grade 10-12 Teacher Resource Guide. Themes in the guide include: Challenges with Representation, In Search of Authentic First Peoples’ Voice, First Peoples Oral Traditions, How Do We Define Ourselves, Humour in First Peoples Literature and Texts, and many more.
Seats are limited - 1 per independent school in the Metro Vancouver region - i.e. one seat at the Jan. 28th OR the Feb. 25th, not one seat for both dates. Additional attendees from the same school will be added to a waitlist and notified if space becomes available.
Date: Sat., February 25, 2023
Venue: New Westminster Secondary School - Grand Commons, 820 6th Street, New Westminster V3L 3C8
Continental Breakfast 8:30 am
Session runs 9:00-4:00
Lunch is provided
Offered free of charge
There is no cost to attend this event, however, FISA will pay the host district $45/independent school registrant to assist in offsetting the costs incurred by the district. A $45 "no show" fee will be assessed if a confirmed registrant fails to attend and does not provide at least 3 days' notice of cancellation. Contact Janet@fisabc.ca to cancel registration.
This Pro-D event is proudly co-sponsored by MECC, FISA, BCSSA & FNESC
This is a duplicate workshop of the EFP 10-12 Pro-D offered by FNESC in Richmond July-Aug 2022.