Indigenous Education Speaker Series – Creating Community in the Classroom with Nicole Bell

Teach For Canada’s Indigenous Education Speaker Series brings experts, educators, and Knowledge Keepers together to share wise practices for incorporating Indigenous content in the classroom.

Join us for our first session of 2021-2022: Creating Community in the Classroom with Nicole Bell. Drawing on her experience creating a learning community in an Anishinaabe culture-based school Nicole will  share strategies to promote a healthy and positive learning community in the classroom.

Nicole is Anishinaabe ​and Bear Clan from Kitigan Zibi First Nation. She is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at Trent University and the author of many books and articles on Indigenous Education.

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We are excited for you to join us in learning from Nicole’s wisdom and experience!


September 29, 2021

4:30PM - 6:00PM CDT (5:30PM - 7:00PM EDT)

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