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Thursday, February 20 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
What can I contribute to meaningful reconciliation?

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“Education is what got us into this mess. Education will be what leads us out.” Senator Murray Sinclair’s words continue to ring true as educators examine how pedagogy and curriculum might support reconciliation. This session examines how critical thinking and historical thinking can more effectively engage students in learning about what led us to this point in time, and about how we might make individual and collective contributions to meaningful reconciliation. Participants in this session will also explore lessons that might be learned from the development of What Can I Contribute to Meaningful Reconciliation?, a customizable learning resource collaboratively developed by The Critical Thinking Consortium and the Grand Erie District School Board. This session will feature ideas valuable for all teachers and instructional leaders.

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Warren Woytuck

TC2
A project leader and professional learning facilitator with TC2, Warren Woytuck has been a K-12 teacher and elementary and junior high school principal for more than 20 years. His diverse professional background includes leadership experience in government and not-for-profit organizations... Read More →


Thursday February 20, 2020 2:15pm - 3:30pm MST
GWH 177