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Entertainment (links found on SCHED):
Friday 5pm-5:30pm -
Movie Night: "Back Home Again" (30 minutes)

Jeff Newman - Mentalist. Magician. Trickster.
Jeff Newman Performance

Live Chat available (bottom right hand corner) on mynctca.com   Wed: 5pm-9pm, Thurs 7am-5:30pm, Friday 8am-5pm

NCTCA 2022 Presidents’ Welcome Address - National Anthem, Indigenous Land Acknowledgement, Honorary President and Opening Remarks.

ATA President’s Address - Jason Schilling

ACEE (Alberta Council for Environmental Education) Symposium Thursday, February 10th: English: Virtual Room 17, French: Virtual Room 18

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Thursday, February 10 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
*Pre-recorded*Emerging Material from Indigenous Studies:Build Upon your Teaching Toolkit CANCELLED!

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New online curriculum has been created at the Faculty of Native Studies (University of Alberta) to counter stereotypes and increase knowledge about Indigenous peoples and technoscience. In this session, we will provide highlights to teachers from this new curriculum. Courses will be drawn upon as examples to introduce the long and complicated relationships between science and technology fields, broader dynamics of colonialism, and increasing demands for Indigenous governance of science and technology fields.

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Dr. Jessica Kolopenuk

Assistant Professor, University of Alberta
Dr. Jessica Kolopenuk (Cree, Peguis First Nation) is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta; and an Assistant Coach for the varsity women’s hockey team. She completed her Ph.D. in the Department of Political Science at the University... Read More →
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Dr. Tasha Hubbard

Dr. Tasha Hubbard is an award-winning filmmaker and an associate professor in the Faculty of Native Studies, with a cross-appointment in the Department of English and Film at the University of Alberta. She is from Peepeekisis First Nation in Treaty Four, and is the mother of a fourteen-year... Read More →
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Avery Letendre

Faculty of Native Studies
Avery Letendre is the Administrator of the Indigenous Governance and Partnership Program and contributes to online and blended learning course development, marketing and communications, finance and program administration. Avery has been working in the Faculty of Native Studies since... Read More →

Thursday February 10, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm MST
Pre-Recorded Room D None
  Social Studies / Études sociales, Science-sciences
  • Language of Presentation English
  • Grade Focus 10-12
  • Room Details None
  • Language of Presentation English
  • Grade Focus 44905
  • Tags English