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Best Practices in First Nations Education Forum – Unlocking Our True Potential

March 19, 2024 @ 12:00 pm March 21, 2024 @ 9:00 pm

Unlock the door to a transformative learning experience!

Registration is now open for the NAN Best Practices in First Nations Education Forum 2024.
Secure your spot today and join us on March 19-21 at Valhalla Inn, Thunder Bay.

Register Here: NAN Best Practices 2024

Agenda Available: NAN Best Practices Agenda 2024

Call for Presenters:

Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) is actively seeking a diverse range of presentations tailored for educators and education administrators engaged in First Nation education or working with First Nation students.

We are looking for presentations that not only showcase best practices in First Nation education but also align with the overarching theme of the forum – “Unlocking Our True Potential.” Presentations should demonstrate commitment and promote the importance of mental wellness and student success.

Preferred topics include, but are not limited to, First Nations Language and Culture, First Nations Curriculum, Inclusivity, Mental Health and Wellness, Education Governance, Policy Development, Literacy and Numeracy, Parental Engagement and Participation, Community Engagement, Student Engagement, incorporating land-based learning, strategies to manage stress positively, addressing mental health concerns and maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

NAN extends an invitation to all enthusiastic teachers, school administrators, policymakers, and education practitioners to submit their presentation applications for the 2024 Best Practices in First Nations Education Forum.

Further details regarding registration will be shared at a later date.

Important Dates:

Deadline for Submissions: Monday, February 26, 2024

Forum Dates: March 19-21, 2024

Location: Valhalla Inn, Thunder Bay, ON

For application submissions or any inquiries, kindly reach out to Vaid via email at vaid@tagcreativestrategy.com or by phone at (807) 356-4449.

Thank you for your commitment to advancing First Nations education.

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