2016 ANTEC DRAFT AGENDA

May 18th to 20th 2016

PRE-REGISTRATION – ANTEC – www.ANTEC.ca 

DAY 1: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

4 – 9 PM

REGISTRATION

Start time

7 PM

OPENING PRAYER and WELCOMING REMARKS FOLLOWED BY A RECEPTION

Allan Polchies Jr. - Master of Ceremonies - St. Mary’s First Nations

Elder Imelda Perley - Welcome Ceremony - Sacred Pipe Ceremony


Chief Candace Paul - St. Mary’s First Nation

Chief Shelley Sabbatis - Oromocto First Nation

Chief Gabriel Atwin - Kingsclear First Nation

Robert Atwin - Executive Director, First Nation Education Initiative Incorporated

David Perley - Director of the Mi'kmaq Wolastoqey Centre UNB

Jaime Battiste - Mi’kmaq writer, researcher and historian

INAC representative

5 - 9 PM

DISPLAYS and EXHIBITS – Aitken University Centre Atrium Area


DAY 2: THURSDAY, MAY 19th, 2016 AM

6:00 AM

SWEATLODGE CEREMONY

8:00 AM

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST, DISPLAYS, and EXHIBITS – Aitken Centre

8:45 AM

SETTING THE STAGE Miigam'agan Welcome Prayer – Aitken Centre

9:00 AM

PLENARY SESSION

Eddy Robinson - Indigenous Artist, Activist & Educator – Aitken Centre

10:15 AM

NUTRITION BREAK – Aitken Centre

10:45 - 11:45 AM

CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS

Session Title

Presenter

Building

Room Number

First Nation Control of First Nation Education

Treaty Education

Eddy Robinson

Marshall D'Avray Hall

143

Treaty Education - Grade 3 Our First Treaty is with the Earth

Tim Borlase, Jason Barnaby and Ron Tremblay

Marshall D'Avray Hall

221

Culture and Language as a Foundation for Lifelong Learning

Connecting First Nations History and Teachings through Song and Story-telling

Naomi Pierrard

Marshall D'Avray Hall

337

Dawn of New Healing

Andrea Colfer

Marshall D'Avray Hall

320

Indigitization

Mike Parkhill

Marshall D'Avray Hall

356

Kina’muanej Knjanjiji’naq mu ntakotmnew tli’lnu’ltik

Ashley Julian

Marshall D'Avray Hall

235

Building Instructional Leadership and Practice

Numeracy Activities

John Grant McLoughlin

Marshall D'Avray Hall

322

Cafeterias and Healthy Student Nutrition: A student led partnership

Helen Ward and Chad Duplessie

Marshall D'Avray Hall

329

Itunes U

Blair Gould and Eleanor Bernard

Marshall D'Avray Hall

220

Correlates of Highly Effective Schools

Allison Brooks

Marshall D'Avray Hall

308

Social Emotional Learning

Response to Intervention

Kim Korotkov and Brian Kelly

Marshall D'Avray Hall

309

Tír na nÓg Forest School Experiential Learning

Lisa Brown and Sarah Glinz

Marshall D'Avray Hall

312

Autism Training

Isabelle Cowan

Marshall D'Avray Hall

331B

“Tools for Lifelong Mental Health and Social/Emotional Well-Being.”

Margie Fowler and Barbara MacKay Ward

Marshall D'Avray Hall

331A


DAY 2: THURSDAY, MAY 19th, 2016 PM

12:00 – 1:00 PM  

LUNCH Buffet on site - Aitken Centre

1:00 PM

PLENARY SESSION – Aitken Centre

Hon. Paul Martin: A conversation on the future of First Nation control of First Nation Education with Chief Candace Paul

1:30 - 2:15 PM

Panel of First Nation Community Successes: Moderator Daryl Morrison
Education leaders from First Nations across Atlantic Canada will share their success stories 

2:15 PM

NUTRITION BREAK – Aitken Centre

2:45-3:45 PM

CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS

Treaty Education in the Classroom

Jaime Battiste

Marshall D'Avray Hall

356

Truth and Reconciliation

Judge David M. Arnot

Marshall D'Avray Hall

337

Treaty Education

Eddy Robinson

Marshall D'Avray Hall

143

Cultural Codex

Laurie Dolhan

Marshall D'Avray Hall

312

Future of Our Language

Andrea Bear Nicholas

Marshall D'Avray Hall

220

Recovering and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages

Chris George

Marshall D'Avray Hall

320

Eskasoni School Immersion Program

Ida Denny

Marshall D’Avary Hall

Numeracy Activities

John Grant McLoughlin

Marshall D'Avray Hall

322

Leadership Versus Management

Chris Treadwell

Marshall D'Avray Hall

309

SWI (School Wide Intervention) It Really Works!

Gail Francais

Marshall D'Avray Hall

329

Mindfulness and the Mind Up Curriculum

Angela D’Entremont

Marshall D'Avray Hall

308

“Tools for Lifelong Mental Health and Social/Emotional Well-Being.”

Margie Fowler and Barbara MacKay Ward  

Marshall D'Avray Hall

331A

3:45 PM

View exhibits and posters – Aitken Centre

AN EVENING TO CELEBRATE FIRST NATION CONTROL OF FIRST NATION EDUCATION

5:00 PM Dinner

George Paul – Dinner Prayer

Childrens Drum Group

Grandmothers Drum Group

Judge David M. Arnot – Chief Commissioner Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission

7:00 PM Pow Wow and Red Suga

DAY 3: FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2016

6:00 AM

 SUNRISE CEREMONY - Imelda Perley

8:00 AM

 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST, DISPLAYS, and EXHIBITS

9:00-10:30 AM

 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP

Treaty Education in the Classroom

Jaime Battiste

Marshall D'Avray Hall

143

Culturally-Based Education for First Nation Students

Dave and Imelda Perley

Marshall D'Avray Hall

356

Cultural Codex

Laurie Dolhan

Marshall D'Avray Hall

221

Mi’kmaq 10

Dawn Stevens

Marshall D'Avray Hall

322

Teaching of Medicine Bags

Colleen Gauvin

Marshall D'Avray Hall

337

Maliseet Educator Program: A Step Toward Immersion

Anatasha Lyons

Marshall D'Avray Hall

220

Read180

Natoaganeg School

Marshall D'Avray Hall

331A

Growing Readers

Kim Bauer

Marshall D'Avray Hall

320

Assessment and Differentiation

Wendy Sinclair

Marshall D'Avray Hall

312

Teachings and the Language of Reconciliation (Indigenous Women Teachings)

Margaret Kress

Marshall D'Avray Hall

309

Play Based Learning

Blair Gould

Marshall D'Avray Hall

235

Social Emotional Learning Project for Atlantic Canada

Brian Kelly

Marshall D'Avray Hall

329

10:30 AM

NUTRITION BREAK – Aitken Centre

10:45 AM

CLOSING CEREMONY

Imelda Perley - Closing Prayers

11:15-12:00 PM


Passing of the Wampum Belt to the next ANTEC host