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Halifax

Africentric Learning and Teaching 101 Workshop: A Balance of Stories


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- 2:00pm
Vendredi Février 28 2014

Venue: Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Address: 1055 Marginal Road
Cost: Free
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible

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This interactive workshop facilitated by Susie Brigham and Késa Munroe-Anderson will draw on the theme of stories to engage you in learning activities that reflect Africentric principles. You will learn practical methods and promising teaching practices for learners of all ages, which can be applied in a variety of contexts—from schools, to community groups, to staff meetings and beyond. The workshop is free but registration is required; email pgunn@pier21.ca. Space is limited. Workshop materials will be provided. Casual dress is encouraged. The workshop is presented in English.

Organizer:Philippa Gunn, pgunn@pier21.ca

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