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Thursday, February 27 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Making the First Nations, Metis and Inuit Policy Framework Work In Your Classroom

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This presentation will review my doctoral research in which I examine the effectiveness of the First Nations, Metis and Inuit Policy Framework. I will give a brief overview of the study. While the majority of the time will be spent on practical application ideas for educators to more effectively integrate the policy framework into their classroom specific to the core subjects. I will engage the audience in three ways. First, the audience will be challenged to think of ways that they can implement these strategies into their classroom. Second, audience members will then have the opportunity to share their ideas with everyone in the session. Third, audience members will also be given a chance to share ways that they may already be implementing the policy framework into their classroom. Similar policy frameworks exist throughout Canada, and this presentation can benefit every educator.

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Tiffany Prete

University of Alberta
Dr. Tiffany Prete is a member of the Blood Tribe of the Blackfoot Confederacy, located in the Treaty 7 area. She earned her bachelors of elementary education specializing in math and science, and completed her master of education and doctor of philosophy in education at the University... Read More →