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    #SEP2021 has officially come to a close. Read our 2021 Summer Enrichment Program: Week Two In Review to discover the valuable lessons our presenters imparted on our participants this week.

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    This year's Summer Enrichment Program has officially come to a close. Miigwetch to the presenters & facilitators who helped our teacher cohort learn and grow over the past 2 weeks. Congratulations to the 40 educators who are now one step further on their journey North!
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    This year’s Summer Enrichment Program featured a presentation by Dr. Angelina Weenie and Ida Swan of the @FNUNIVCAN. Read “The Magic Begins with Us”, a blog highlighting Angelina and Ida’s presentation on miýikosowin: Finding our Giftedness. https://t.co/6XnAsNJN0H

    On Day 9 of #SEP2021, our participants discuss the #DutyToReport with panelists Kevin Berube, Edith Sanderson, Leo Atlookan, & Karen Cox-Curdon. Later they hear from TFC alumni on their experiences moving, teaching, and living up north.
    #TeachForCanada #IndigenousEducation https://t.co/6FopJ8Ieod
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    Here’s what one #SEP2021 participant had to say after today's session with Ida Swan and Angeline Weenie: “Miskâsowin means finding our sense of belonging. Miýikosowin means finding our giftedness.”
    #TeachForCanada #IndigenousEducation #IndigenousLanguage https://t.co/P6GEswiPwy
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    On Day 8 of #SEP2021, @FNUNIVCAN Asst. Profs. Ida Swan & Angelina Sweenie gave a presentation on miýikosowin, sharing the importance of supporting student giftedness in the classroom.
    #TeachForCanada #IndigenousEducation https://t.co/F4CICdWjoN
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