Black Canadian History Beyond February

Black Canadian History Beyond February
February 28th 7:00-8:30

The objective of this workshop is to empower educators (highlighting school-age educators) helping them create an inclusive learning environment that reflects the diverse stories and contributions of Black Canadians beyond the month of February. By attending, you'll be equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to inspire your students, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation for Canada's rich cultural mosaic. 

Workshop Highlights

Beyond Black History Month
Learn why it is crucial to incorporate Canadian Black History throughout the academic year, moving beyond the confines of February.

Inclusive Curriculum Development
Turning intention into practice, gaining practical strategies to start to infuse Black History into all subjects, and in the process, create a more inclusive and representative learning environment.

Engaging Teaching Methods
Explore dynamic and engaging teaching methodologies that captivate the attention of students while fostering empathy, cultural sensitivity, and a sense of belonging.

Resources and Materials
Build your resource bank through access to a curated collection of resources, literature, and multimedia materials to enhance your curriculum and make learning about Canadian Black History a seamless part of your classroom experience.

Open Dialogue and Q&A
Participate in a thought-provoking discussion on the challenges and opportunities in embracing diverse perspectives within the Canadian educational landscape. As well as, your chance to discuss, share and reflect in the safe and welcoming environment that the AECEO always provides!

About Stephanie

Stephanie is an accomplished speaker and educator with an ECE diploma, a degree in Early Childhood Education, and a Master's in Early Childhood Studies. With over a decade of experience working with children and families, she is passionate about Canadian Black Identity and the bi-racial experience of children. Her graduate studies inspired a commitment to empowering educators through effective teaching, active listening, and co-learning strategies. As a guest speaker, Stephanie shares her insights into creating inclusive learning environments to inspire educators and their students. 


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