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Monday, April 10 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Reconciliation through Education - the Assembly of First Nations’ Education Toolkit Janice Ciavaglia & Renee St. Germain, Assembly of First Nations

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It’s time for all students to learn about our First Nations history and culture. It’s time to support all teachers with classroom resources created to help students learn about residential schools and treaties. It’s time to share First Nations stories, traditions, and teachings. Join us for the international launch of the Assembly of First Nations’ Digital Education Toolkit. The toolkit provides education leaders, teachers and students with a wealth of classroom resources designed to foster understanding among all Canadians of First Nations” cultures, peoples, and our roles as we move together toward reconciliation. The workshop will focus on the digital version of the Toolkit available through iTunes U.


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Janice Ciavaglia

Janice Ciavaglia is a teacher who obtained her bachelor’s degree from  Queen’s University, Bachelors of Education from Nipissing University and Masters of Education from Mount St. Vincent University.  She spent her early teaching years in Northern Ontario but spent the majority of her career in Nova Scotia working with Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey as a Literacy Consultant.  Janice has spearheaded programs such as... Read More →
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Renee St. Germain

Assmbly of First Nations
Renee St.Germain is an Ojibwe from Rama First Nation but born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Currently residing in Ottawa, Ontario, Renee has obtained Bachelors of Art, Bachelors of Education and Masters of Education all from the University of Ottawa. Renee has spent most of her career working in an Early Learning environment, more specifically in Aboriginal Head Start focusing on professional development and program development. Currently... Read More →


Monday April 10, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
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