-this session will provide classroom teachers and other education workers with content knowledge, teaching strategies, and resources for integrating the African Canadian experience from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century into their classrooms.
The workshop takes place on . Content is aligned with the recently revised Ontario Social Studies, History, and Geography and the Canadian and World Studies curricula. See attached flyer for details. at the Comfort Hotel, Rexdale from
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Your workshop echoes the inclusive education strategy that students see themselves in the curriculum. - Mary, participant
It was so informative. It well surpassed my expectations.- Margaret, participant
Natasha Henry M.Ed. (candidate), B. Ed., B.A. (Honours), OCT
Author of African Canadian Firsts, Sankofa Series, Rubicon Publishing/ Pearson Canada (2014),
Early Societies: Africa, China, and Europe, Big Idea Series, Rubicon Publishing/ Pearson Canada (2013),
Talking About Freedom: Celebrating Emancipation Day in Canada, Dundurn Press, January 2012,
& Emancipation Day: Celebrating Freedom in Canada, Dundurn Press, 2010.