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Tuesday, April 11 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Both sides of the educational fence: Exploring the narrative of 21st century women leaders

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The purpose of this conversation is to engage female educational learner~leaders in the exploration of their ‘leadership narratives’. Participants will engage in a relational, dialogic examination of their positioning as 21st century leaders with attention to the dissonance between leading for an educational future that remains elusive while meeting the needs of teachers and students in the here and now.This conversation is premised on the belief in the importance and value of narrative representations of women’s experiences. Our research also contributes to the erasure of existing silos between post secondary teacher education and K-12 education by bringing together perspectives from both sides of the educational fence.

Speakers
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Charlie Kraig

Vice Principal, Grande Prairie Public School District
Charlie Kraig is a vice-principal in a K-8 school in Grande Prairie Public School District. She is a recent recipient of CSL's Distinguished Leadership Award. Her master's thesis was entitled "Better Ways of Teaching Teachers" and her work and understanding of this topic continues to evolve.


Tuesday April 11, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm
New Brunswick Room