April 28, 2021 @ 4:00pm EST.
Fee Webinar for Educators
Join us as we talk with author Waubgeshig Rice about his life growing up, his experience as an author, and the importance of centering Indigenous voices in the classroom. Learn more about his novel, Moon of the Crusted Snow and new works on the horizon.
We will also discuss teaching Indigenous literature in the ENG/NBE classroom.
The session will be recorded and posted at FNMIEAO Events and ELAN Ontario Events.
Join us as we talk with author Waubgeshig Rice about his life growing up, his experiences as an author, and the importance of centering Indigenous voices in the English classroom. Among other things, Waub will discuss his novel, Moon of the Crusted Snow.
Offered in collaboration with FNMIEAO and ELAN Ontario, this free livestream session is intended for students in secondary English and Understanding Contemporary First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Voices courses.
How can educators build anti -oppressive classrooms for the 21st Century?
How do we empower students to think, write, speak, and act from a foundation of anti-racist and abolitionist values and perspectives?
ELAN Ontario welcomes author and FOLD creator and director Jael Richardson to discuss her new YA novel "Gutter Child", part of the long tradition of Black excellence in authors who are perfect for your secondary classroom.
Join host Mel Riley, Gutter Child educator's guide authors Alexiis Stephen and Melissa Fleming, and our guest panel of literacy educators from across Ontario, to discuss the effective use of anti-oppressive reading materials and approaches in the secondary English classroom.
Follow @ELANontario to join us for future events, including a webinar with Waubgeshig Rice, author and journalist, our next guest in the anti-oppressive reads series.
Note: Please check back soon for more event dates and additional information.