Participants will explore ways to use Breakout EDU as a tool to teach First Nations, Métis, and Inuit culture and history in their classroom. Breakout EDU is a great way to promote problem solving, collaboration, risk taking, leadership, and meet cross-curricular outcomes in a movement based learning environment. Bring information from an FNMI topic relevant to your classroom curriculum delivery so you can create your own game! We will set up and play games as participants create them and as time permits. Come prepared to have fun, learn more about FNMI culture and history, and broaden your FNMI curriculum delivery toolkit!
Terry Lakey is currently working with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Learning Services in Red Deer Public Schools. Prior to joining Red Deer Public Schools in 1999, he taught with Northlands School Division. Since joining Red Deer Public Schools, he has taken on several roles. As well as being a classroom teacher for years, Terry has been involved with the development of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit curriculum resources. He uses the resources for his own classroom, as well as enjoys sharing his ideas with others. He has a passion for making classroom learning engaging, hands on, and covering a wide variety of learning styles.
October 06, 2019
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.