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Wednesday, May 13 • 1:15pm - 1:45pm
First Peoples Principles of Learning Resource

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The modern world is characterized by connection facilitated through technology, and many educators seek ways to help students obtain the 21st Century skills needed to navigate our globalized connected world.  In British Columbia, a reasonably new framework, but one rooted in centuries of knowledge and teachings, is the under-explored and under-utilized First Peoples Principles of Learning (FPPL). This set of guiding principles recognizes and emphasizes the notion that connectedness and reciprocity are inherent in learning. Further, we feel that the FPPL offer educators and learners a holistic way to approach teaching and learning that honours and recognizes Indigenous ways of knowing. Our online resource can help teachers bridge the gap with technology. Through our resource, we explain the origins and importance of the FPPL, we provide deep mapping and H5P interactivities that focuses on the connection between place, personal storytelling and identity, and we provide several specific lesson ideas that use technology to incorporate the FPPL into the classroom.  
Please view the resource at: https://learningconference-fppl.trubox.ca/

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Jamie Drozda

Thompson Rivers University


Wednesday May 13, 2020 1:15pm - 1:45pm
Salon E
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