The session will include the history of residential schools in Canada/Alberta as well as the history of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement leading to the Alberta Joint Commitment to Action.
There will be a focus on resources and learning opportunities for teachers. This session will lead to the identification of next steps for foundational knowledge to be pursued by participants.
Charlene Bearhead consultant for the Joint Commitment to Action and former education lead for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation will facilitate a full day education session on the history and legacy of residential schools and strategies for moving forward in the work of reconciliation education.
Teachers and Administrators