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AECEO Seasonal Pedagogy Webinar Series Part 2 Movement: Walking Together on Mother Earth Through the Four Seasons in Early Childhood Education
During our second webinar in the Listening to Land as Teacher Series, Dr. Hopi Martin Gichitaawaa Oshkaabewis (Ojibwe Sacred Helper, Messenger, Fire Keeper, Lodge Caretaker) will be hosting a Sharing Circle with staff from the Learning Enrichment Foundation from the Wiigiwaam (Ojibwe Bush Home/Grandmother’s Lodge) they built together at the newly created Silverthorn Early Learning Earth Centre. This ‘many-eyed seeing’ approach will share stories from multiple perspectives about ‘walking together’ through the ‘Seasonal Pedagogy’ to create the first urban ‘Bush School’ in Tkaronto (Toronto).
During this session, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of the various staff members of LEF in a panel style discussion about the challenges of ‘walking together’ and meeting at the ‘edge of the bush’. Attendees can ask questions directly to people in a role that best fits their needs and context – as a practicing Educator, Supervisor, or Management. In keeping with Indigenous protocols connected to this work, each of these webinars will include an Opening/Closing Ceremony, a Sharing Circle, opportunities for questions and answers, as well as opportunities for further reflection and learning.

Oct 11, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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