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HOW CAN I SEE THE RECORDED SESSIONS?
All the prerecorded sessions will be available until the end of March. To see a filtered list of all the recordings click ​https://sabtc2021.sched.com/overview/audience/RECORDED​​​

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Your ATA Indigenous Education & Walking Together

Melissa Purcell, Executive Staff Officer
melissa.purcell@ata.ab.ca
The Alberta Teachers' Association is committed to supporting teachers in developing and applying First Nations, Métis, and Inuit foundational knowledge through a variety of services and resources. The Walking Together: Education for Reconciliation resources and workshops support the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action and advancement of reconciliation. All resources and workshops support the Indigenous-focused competencies and indicators in the Teaching Quality Standard and Leadership Quality Standard.
Seventeen topics altogether such as Elder protocol, the Sixties Scoop, and more! Check out the newest additions to this series:
–Métis Nation of Alberta EN/FR
–Concepts and Policies of Assimilation EN (French translation coming soon!)
–Acknowledging Land and People
–Map, bookmarks and posters to support your journey in demonstrating respect and gratitude for Indigenous peoples as the original stewards of the land.
–Twelve workshops designed to support your learning journey in Indigenous education. Check out the latest additions to this series: Finding Our Way in Indigenous Education: Connecting Hearts & Minds
The Sixties Scoop: Understanding Implications & Contributing towards Reconciliation