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This webinar provides an overview of the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba's Treaty Education Initiative (TEI), which is a K-12 education mandate. The presentation focuses on how the initiative is meant to support teachers in incorporating treaty essential learnings into their programs and provides context on how the TEI supports ongoing national education movements to indigenize curricula. This webinar is part of the Treaties and the Treaty Relationship webinar series which is presented in collaboration with the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba.
About the presenter
Connie Wyatt Anderson has taught high school history and geography on the Opaskwayak Cree Nation for over twenty years. She has been involved in the creation of student learning materials and curricula at the provincial, national, and international level, and has contributed to a number of textbooks, teacher support guides and school publications. She co-wrote the learning materials for the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba's Treaty Education Initiative. She is a Governor of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and the chair of its education wing; she is chair of the Geographical Names Board of Canada; and is a 2014 recipient of the Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Teaching.
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