Should you use twitter?
That’s a loaded question with a lot of assumptions. But for digitally-inclined teachers in the 21st century, the answer is increasingly, yes.
Join #ontsshg and #STAOchat for a joint Twitter chat about First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI).
May 12, 2016 at 9 pm.
Moderator Meg O’Mahony @megomam & @oessta1
Working with First Nation, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) colleagues to
incorporate Indigenous Understandings in Science and Social Studies
Q1. Where do you see a good overlap in the Science and Social Studies
Curricula for incorporating Indigenous understanding? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q2. What is your understanding of why the Truth & Reconciliation Report
Recommendations place such an emphasis on education? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q3. A concern about incorporating indigenous understandings is lack of
knowledge and understanding. What do #STAOchat & #ontsshg need to do
to provide support for our teachers?
Q4. What are some of the best practices for approaching content related to
FNMI peoples and experiences? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q5. Where are there overlaps between teaching strategies and ways of
Indigenous Learning? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q6. How can we address FNMI peoples and experiences without “leaving
them in stone?”#ontsshg #STAOchat
- What three goals do you have for your professional learning in 2016?
- How can using Twitter help you achieve one or all of these goals?
- What challenges do you see in using Twitter effectively for professional learning?
- How can STAO help you in dealing with these challenges?
- Would you be willing to try a 20-day Twitter Challege? If not, why not? If yes, then stay tuned for more info on Feb 1st.
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