This practical and timely workshop provides resources and supports for educators to deliver Primary, Junior and Intermediate Curriculum, which outlines the contributions, struggles and lived experiences of Black Canadians. The 365 ETFO Black Canadian Curriculum resource supports the inclusion of Black Canadians into classroom and teaching practice every day of the year. The workshop balances history and research with ongoing reflection,application and collaboration to help educators make intentional, purposeful and positive decisions in the classroom, while inspiring students to succeed.
HWETL details: This workshop will run from 4:30 to 6:00 pm; Light dinner will be available by 4:00 pm. Please let us know if you have allergies or dietary restrictions. To register, click HERE, or call the HWETL office at (905) 318-2771 or email Cindy Gangaram directly. For more information, contact Cindy Gangaram at email@example.com
Our Retirement workshop is scheduled for November 14th at 4:30. Please see the flyer below and call Ursula or use the online form to register. It is on a first-come first served basis and tends to fill up so please register as soon as possible.
The HWETL LGBTQ Committee invites you to celebrate PRIDE by entering into a draw for several LGBTQ related items for your classroom. Please click the link below to print a ballot for HWETL’s Pride draw.