Learning From Practice
Wondering what approaches Saskatchewan teachers are trying in their classrooms?
Looking for a way to reflect meaningfully on your classroom or school settings?
Wanting to connect with teacher colleagues to learn how action research can make a difference?
Keynote Speaker – Chris Scribe
Chris Scribe, Nakota/Nehiyaw (Assiniboine/Cree) from the Carry the Kettle Nakoda Oyade, is grounded in his Indigenous culture, language, and tradition. His worldview has been foundationally built on the life teachings of his father and grandmother, and Chris has become an advocate for Indigenous knowledge in education. Chris is the founder of Think Indigenous, a conference designed to inspire educators to incorporate Indigenous knowledge into the everyday practices of teaching, and of the Red Talks. Currently Chris is the director of the Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP) at the University of Saskatchewan. ITEP is in its 47th year of operation. A post-secondary success story for First Nations students, ITEP has quietly led the way in the inclusion of Indigenous language, culture, and identity in teacher education.
Featured Presentation Topics
- Catholic School Teachers Enacting Papal Encyclical Laudato si’ (Praise Be To You – On Care For Our Common Home)
- Cross-Cultural Collaboration and Belonging in an Islamic School
- Exploring Reconciliation and Understanding Through Art
- History Underground: The Road to Reconciliation
- Indigenous Culture-Based School Mathematics for Reconciliation and Professional Development
- Navigating Elementary Schooling Across Borders: Refugee Children’s Pre- and Post-Migration Experiences
- Promising Practices for Meaningful Family Engagement
- Stumbling Towards Enlightenment: How Diverse Lead Learners Helped Develop a System-Wide Instructional-Support Approach to Improve Indigenous Students’ Achievement
2317 Arlington Avenue
Includes GST, materials and lunch.
Registration is complimentary for students, presenters, and researchers, Elders, and Knowledge Keepers. Please email us to provide registration information.
Registration Deadline: January 24, 2020
Payment must accompany registration. Read more about registrations and refunds.