Expression of Interest: Hosting Youth Storytelling Workshops
Please complete this form to express your interest in hosting a free workshop in your classroom during International Development Week (Feb 2-9, 2019)

Hosted by the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC)

Deadline: January 7th, 2019*.
*Expressions of interest will be considered as they come in for a limited number of workshops. As such, it is in your best interest to complete the form as soon as possible.
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DETAILS
Workshops are: available in either French or English; great for drama and social studies classes, and; designed to be one half-day length (two-periods).

Students will: deepen their relationship to their own story; broaden their understanding of global citizenship, and; build confidence in communicating about important issues in their community.

SCIC will provide the facilitators and ample opportunity to collaborate to design the workshops tailored to your particular classroom.
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For more information or questions, contact SCIC:
306-757-4669
scic.executive@earthbeat.sk.ca

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First Name *
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What city/town/first nation is your school located in?
Workshops will be held in the Regina and Saskatoon areas. However, if your school is located outside of this region and you are interested in future workshops, please complete this form so we can be in touch about future opportunities.
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School name:
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Preferred language for workshop delivery
Our facilitators are fluent in both official languages, and we are keen to provide French and English versions of this workshop.
About your class:
This section helps us understand a bit more about the people in the room, to help us design the workshop and support your participation.
Grade Level:
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Subject Course:
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Class size (estimated number of participants)
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Briefly tell us how you believe art, storytelling, and modern-day oral history skills can support your students to become more active global citizens.
One or two sentences is great! This doesn't need to be in depth
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(Optional) Estimated gender ratio of your class:
The organizers recognize that this method of collection is flawed and does not fully represent the diversity of gender identities in our classrooms. This optional question helps us to effectively measure our reach and support of diverse groups.
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Please rate your level of understanding of global justice issues:
Such as: climate change, human rights, gender equality, income inequality, and more!
How did you hear about this event?
Would you like to be added to SCIC's email list to receive monthly updates of events and opportunities like this? *
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