The History of Treaty Making - Day 1
The Office of the Treaty Commissioner in partnership with Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation presents the following session.
The History of Treaty Making – Day 1
This workshop is designed to increase knowledge, enhance individual self-awareness and strengthen skills for any professional working in Saskatchewan. The workshop focuses on the history of treaties made in what is now known as Saskatchewan. The day begins with a jigsaw activity where participants work in groups. A First Nations Elder will share personal life stories in a variety of areas such as experiences in residential schools, living with the Indian Act, some cultural teachings and contemporary issues. A treaty teacher leader (TTL) will be present to discuss her/his duties and how a TTL can be of assistance within their school and school division. Some resources from the Treaty Kit are utilized to model how they can be used in the classroom.
- Learn how diversity is reflected in the classroom, school, community, etc.
- Learn how sharing is a concept of the treaty-making process.
- Learn the differences between First Nations and the settler community, and how they differ on concepts such as land ownership, worldview, a promise is a promise, etc.
2317 Arlington Avenue
Registration deadline to avoid cancellation: July 20
* Includes GST, materials and lunch.
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