Indspire invites you to submit to our Successful Practices: Showcasing Strategies that Work program. K-12 Educators who submit by November 11, 2016 will be entered in draw for a $300 prize from Staples or goodminds.com, winner’s pick! Research has demonstrated that Indigenous student success correlates with an educational environment that integrates Indigenous content. Therefore, educators utilizing Indigenous resources to engage Indigenous students are creating Successful Practices. You can submit online here: https://lnkd.in/dKB7kJ6. #NationalGathering #IndigenousEducation #ContestFind out more »
This event has been CANCELLED A Mother/Daughter Team on Cree Language Revitalization will share strategies for teaching proficiency through reading and storytelling in roman orthography. Also, highlight instructional strategies for teaching language through incorporating the Maskwacis Cree App.Find out more »
In this session, we will explore the current trends in “Maker Education”. The Maker Education Initiative’s (Maker Ed) mission is to create more opportunities for all young people to develop confidence, creativity, and interest in science, technology, engineering, math, art, and learning as a whole through making.Find out more »
This engaging 2-part webinar co-hosted by a Cree Mother and Daughter team will focus on maintaining, enhancing, retaining, sharing & developing Cree Language speakers.Find out more »
Application including support letters, must be completed or received by April 14, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions, please contact us: 1.855.INDSPIRE (463.7747) x252 email@example.comFind out more »
Join us in Winnipeg as we partner with the University of Manitoba for Indspire’s second stop on our Youth Laureate Cross Canada Tour, a Canada 150 initiative. Lead by Host Moderator, Suzette Amaya, and three youth panelists Elizabeth Zarpa, Fauna Kingdon and Kendal Netmaker. These three indigenous youth will take the stage to tell you how through education, they overcame adversity and dared to dream BIG! At this event, you’ll have the chance to meet the youth panelists face-to-face, ask questions, and network with other people who want to know how Indigenous youth are making change in Canada right now and in the next 150 years – and how you can too!
Register to attend and have a chance to win an iPad and other prizes provided by our sponsors.
A public talk by Roberta Jamieson, Indigenous education advocate: Canada's Original Promise: Still Waiting to be RealizedFind out more »