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Thursday, March 7 • 12:30pm - 1:45pm
Indigenous culture in the music classroom POPULAR!

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Integrating Indigenous culture is not just for social studies teachers! There exist rich possibilities for music that enhance musical skills and concepts, as well as integrate literacy through an Indigenous lens. This workshop will present various ways that teachers and students can explore Indigenous culture and worldviews through music and movement. Teachers will leave with ready-to-use lesson ideas, songs, further resource suggestions in both French and English, and the confidence to integrate Indigenous perspectives into their music classroom. This workshop will focus primarily on curricular outcomes from K-6, but teachers of all grades stand to benefit from the material presented.

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avatar for Sarah Nickonchuk

Sarah Nickonchuk

Teacher
M.Ed with a passion for language, culture, and music. After getting my B.Ed from the U of A in 2005, I have taught in both francophone and French immersion programs in Alberta, taken 6 years off to have children, worked as a k-9 music specialist, completed my M.Ed, and set up shop... Read More →


Thursday March 7, 2019 12:30pm - 1:45pm
GP Comp 87 11202 104 St, Grande Prairie, AB
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