Keepers of the Land 2.0
To use outdoor education as a means to foster an appreciation for and develop a greater understanding of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit people’s culture, way of life (past/present) and traditional teachings as the original keepers of the land.
Listening to Student Voices on Identity Safety
Addressing Student Anxiety Through In-School and Local Programming
Building our professional knowledge about anxiety disorders at the school age child level to develop and implement a school-based program to reduce and/or manage student anxiety using the FRIENDS for Life model incorporating other wellness tools.
Exploring Equity Through Culturally Relevant and Responsive Pedagogy
We sought to understand and address issues related to equity in the classroom through sharing academic resources and lived experiences, offering professional development and hearing student voices in order to improve staff capacity.
Keyword(s):culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy, equity, interviews, racism, social justice
Through the creation of a Staff Wellness Committee, activities were planned to promote staff well-being to educate staff on the importance of overall wellness with the idea that staff well-being has a direct impact on student well-being and success.
Keyword(s):mental health, staff, student success, well being, wellness