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An Indigenous Strategy in the ESL Classroom

An Indigenous Strategy in the ESL Classroom

Webinar | Wednesday June 14 | 7:00 – 8:00 pm

June 21 is National Aboriginal Day in Canada. To explore and extend this theme, what are ESL instructors doing to respond to Truth and Reconciliation in the language training classroom? Come share in our journey of how we are exploring ways of including Indigenous ways of knowing in TESL practices, including changes to curriculum, content, teaching, and connecting with the local Indigenous community. This was a very well received session at our recent conference, and we are very pleased to invite Amy back for our BC TEAL webinar series.

Date: Wednesday June 14, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online Access: Tutela*
Registration Timeline: To access login for this event, please RSVP by June 12.
Cost: Free

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*Tutela is an online community for EAL Teachers in Canada, please allow 2-3 days for member registration. For webinar access join Tutela Group BC TEAL Webinars. We welcome Amy’s expertise and look forward to acknowledging our EAL educator’s role in Canada’s National Aboriginal Day.
Amy Abe is an ESL instructor and curriculum developer with sixteen years in the field; she has completed her TESL Master’s with the University of Alberta, conducting research into the interrelationship of instructor knowledge, attitudes and beliefs towards Indigenization of ESL programs. Amy has participated in the development of NorQuest College’s Indigenous Strategy and is partnering with members of the College to explore Indigenization in language training.

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