How do you introduce the history of residential schools to students who have never heard about it before? How do you adapt your teaching for learners of different ages and backgrounds? How can you centre Survivors’ stories, testimonies, and experiences?
On August 25, 2021, a panel of educators shared their own experiences and unique perspectives on these questions and more during a live video broadcast.
This hour-long event served as a prelude to Truth and Reconciliation Week (September 27 to October 1) and the release of Truth and Reconciliation Week 2021, a publication created by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation in collaboration with Canada’s National History Society.
The event was simultaneously translated in English and French. Watch the French recording here.