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Saturday, October 23 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Plans for Resilience—A Teaching Resource for Indigenous Education Through the Visual Arts (4-9)

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The Alberta Education Teaching Quality Standard identifies six competencies that teachers are required to meet in order to hold and maintain an Alberta teaching certificate. Number 5 on the list is; Applying Foundational Knowledge about First Nations, Métis and Inuit. Join Samia Drisdelle, ATA Fine Arts Council Art Representative, Artist and middle school Teacher as she presents a practical and rich resource for meeting this competency through the Visual Arts. You will leave this session inspired, confident and ready to introduce this resource to your students the very next day. This session would benefit teachers of grades 4 through 9.

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Yvette Cenerini

Art Education Specialist, Mentoring Artists for Women's Art
Yvette Cenerini (née Lagimodière) is a franco-Métis visual artist from Manitoba who lives and works in Winnipeg. Behavior and relationships are recurring themes throughout her work in media arts and printmaking. Having obtained both a BEd (2001) and a BFA (2010), knowledge-sharing... Read More →
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Samia Drisdelle

Art Representative, Fine Arts Council
Samia Drisdelle is an artist and art educator for the Calgary Board of Education. She has been teaching art as well as Fashion and Photography since 2008. She is currently Art Representative for the Fine Arts Council. Samia lives in Calgary with her two children.


Saturday October 23, 2021 10:00am - 10:45am MDT
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