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Resources for Talking About Secret Path Week - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrea Simmons
18:53
If you have any technical issues or questions, please feel free to ask them. I’m happy to help.
Andrea Simmons
19:52
I will be unmuting in a few places for you to ask questions. Until then, please feel free to sit back and listen.
Andrea Simmons
29:54
If you are interested in joining the program, you can get more info at: https://downiewenjack.ca/our-work/legacy-schools-programs/
Andrea Simmons
34:12
All of these activities are available to all at http://bit.ly/lb-secretpath2019
Andrea Simmons
35:50
Can everyone hear the video audio track?
Robyn Rogers
36:05
yes!
Andrea Simmons
36:06
Perfect. Thanks for the confirmation.
Andrea Simmons
45:52
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them in the Q&A box - we will have time at the end for questions.
Rebecca Smith
47:35
Mapping Activity: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hp5brbm0wmlph9n/Finding%20a%20Secret%20Path_%20Mapping%20Activity%20-%20Webinar%20Activitiy.pdf?dl=0
Andrea Simmons
50:59
As a reminder - this kit of resources - the video, this activity and some additional materials can be accessed at: http://bit.ly/lb-secretpath2019
Brittany
51:07
Sorry, am I supposed to be able to view people's comments in this chat bar? The only comments I can see are the people who are leading the seminars...
Andrea Simmons
52:03
It depends on how people ask the question - they can ask it to all or just to panelists.
Andrea Simmons
53:20
If the link is not working for you Jennifer, this one would also be an option - http://bit.ly/lb-secretpath2019
Audrey Campbell
55:23
I forgot it was the 8th today, and I missed the beginning as my music player was one when the zoom window popped up...is the document on screen a copy of the mapping activity that is listed on the lnks you provided?
Melissa Locke
56:21
Yes, it is, Audrey. Hi!
Audrey Campbell
57:12
I just wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything important...and I didn't get a chance to look at the lesson/activities you listed but is there an adapted form so that if we wanted to use these as remote learning tools for individuals?
Ben Bain
57:53
I'm walking 804 kms from Toronto to Quebec City. 6.83 days if I went 24 hours a day
Audrey Campbell
57:57
one that I did look at was for a classroom group setting but I would like to use it as individual remote learning packs...is there a way I can do that?
Rebecca Dylanger
58:38
Tsiigehtchic to Yellowknife would take at least 25 days to walk over different terrain and areas that are not populated
Ben Bain
59:36
25 days?!? Ouch
Jacinta Marina
59:57
I live in Wasa BC, the Capital is Victoria, I would need to travel 535.47km to Vancouver, there are 5 mountain passes, then I need to take a boat 107km. There is usually a town in each valley.
Kump Andrea
01:00:24
I live in North Vancouver BC heading to Victoria. If I can take a car and a ferry it would take me about 6 hours. (if the ferry is on time). If I had to walk and swim - I would never make it there.
Megan Brenneman
01:00:26
A. Waterloo to Toronto- about 120km; B. Lakes, forests; C. 1-2 days; D. Backpack, sleeping bag, prepared food, cash; E. Restaurants, hotels, gas stations
Audrey Campbell
01:00:32
I believe we are using Teams
Andrea Simmons
01:00:40
The link Lisa mentioned is: https://legacyschoolresources.ca/
Audrey Campbell
01:00:44
thank you
Jon Urie
01:00:54
3. a) 114 kb) Farmer’s fields, country roads, towns and hamlets, escarpment, major highway, larger cities, Great Lakec) By foot: 22h 30 m. By car: 1 hour 30 minutes (with good traffic!)d) By foot: money, water, proper footwear and clothing, shelter. Currently I do not have proper footwear for such a journey on foot, no. By car I could make it reasonably as I am still at work and have all I need for such a car tripe) Many, many options – family and friends live along the way, hotels and motels if I didn’t, in my car but if on foot then I could try shelter in nature (ie forests), or under bridges in extreme weather case
Rebecca Dylanger
01:01:19
I am using ProProf and I can embed videos in the page for students
Lynn Konkle
01:02:45
We would know exactly where we are if it was in our language.
Rebecca Dylanger
01:02:56
I am assuming that if the map was in a first language, the icons might be in familiar pictures and land marks
Patrick Mussen
01:02:58
Hello Everyone,I live in Toronto...I'm going to use Ottawa I suppose as my destination. I know it's about 4 & 1/2 - 5hrs drive. I'm going to guess at least 48-72hrs to walk there if that's non-stop. So with stoppages and not knowing where I am or where I'm going I'm going to then guess 5-6 days I also have no idea of any Secret Path I could take besides the Highways
Michelle McMillan
01:03:55
If the map were in our own language, we might have been able to tell that the distance we needed to travel was too far away.
Jon Urie
01:04:01
Yeah I would have guessed fairly well but that's also because my location is fairly simple and I've lived and travelled in this region all my life (ie between Dunnville and Toronto). Also I cheated pretty quickly and used Google Maps lol
Lynn Konkle
01:04:16
I lived in Dryden and moved to Ottawa two months ago so I know the terrain would have been hilly and long.
Jon Urie
01:04:33
Ha!
Ben Bain
01:04:37
Fully cheated
Andrea Simmons
01:08:33
Does anyone here have an idea for an activity that they would like to share?
Andrea Simmons
01:09:38
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNfgxOttMrM
Rebecca Dylanger
01:09:57
I just asked a Gwichin friend of mine that is in her 20's if she had heard of "The Secret Path". She hasn't
Andrea Simmons
01:11:32
https://legacyschoolresources.ca/
Audrey Campbell
01:11:41
sorry but im getting called away...thanks for the info and I look forward to checking out all the links :)
Andrea Simmons
01:12:12
Thanks for all the great ideas.
Andrea Simmons
01:13:50
Storytelling and Secret Path - http://bit.ly/LB-SecretPath - great for middle school and younger students.
Ashley Hamilton
01:14:19
I’ve us the book Shi-Shi-Etko as a study guide in Grade 5 that highlights a young journey learning from each family member before she leaves to residential school. Students can choose a craft or activity to do at home that connects them to their culture or loved ones. https://www.cbc.ca/books/shi-shi-etko-1.4839287
Andrea Simmons
01:17:12
Yes, we will share the recording of this event.
Andrea Simmons
01:18:06
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF1oxa50qy8aFHxolGiFQZQ
Patrick Mussen
01:18:23
Thank-You Lisa Rebecca and Andrea for doing this! :)
Jared Hunt
01:19:33
Thank you
Andrea Simmons
01:19:38
For more info on the webinars - please see https://learningbird.com/fall-webinar-series-registration-is-open/
Rebecca Dylanger
01:19:38
Thank you for do this and making it available for us. This is a very important topic that needs to be out there
Jon Urie
01:19:39
This was awesome, thank you all so much!
BJ Andrews Andrews
01:19:47
Thank you!
Ben Bain
01:19:48
thank you
Jacinta Marina
01:19:48
thank you
Kump Andrea
01:19:50
Thanks so much. Very well done.