Education for Reconciliation 2017

Information Sessions

Indigenous Education: Education for Reconciliation

Are you a K-12 teacher or an educational support worker interested in Indigenous Education and in developing your pedagogical practice while engaging in sustained reflective inquiry? If you replied “yes”, this GDE program is designed for you!

Program Themes:

  • Teacher inquiry and reflective practice
  • Indigenous Worldviews and Perspectives in Indigenous Education
  • Indigenous and Holistic Approaches to Teaching and Learning
  • Exploration of Indigenous Knowledge practices and pedagogies
  • Indigenous story telling, art making and circle processes
  • Ecological and Place-Based pedagogies as informed by the local Indigenous Communities
  • Bridging Western and Indigenous Perspectives
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Education for Reconciliation

Download more information here: Brochure and Poster

Canned Salmon Distribution Update-Feb 16 2017

Canned Salmon Distribution Update

Friday, February 17, 2017, 10am to 4pm – Delivery to Elders on Reserve

Monday, February 20, 2017, 10am to 4pm – Pick Up Station for nation members only:

  1. Totem Hall, 1380 Stawamus Dr., Squamish
  2. Chief Joe Mathias Centre, 100 Capilano Road, NV
  3. In front of St. Paul’s Church, 424 West Esplanade, NV

Each household (on/off reserve) will be allowed 2 cases, only a reliable adult can sign for homeowner.

If you miss this date, requests can be made AFTER Feb 21st  and will be based on availability

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