“Pink shirt day is performative and nothing more.There is no actual work behind it and many kids who are bullied are confused as to why… Read More »From Pink Shirts to Systemic Change: Challenging Oppression in Our Schools
#AdvoCon2021 Full Schedule – learn more about all the workshops, panels and fun events! About #bced but many sessions applicable to all of #cdned #InclusionMatters
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These empowering stories, written by author Kim Block, talk about stuttering in a matter of fact tone with the goal of fostering empathy and acceptance for children who stutter. With art that intentionally reflects all different examples of diverse abilities, nationality and cultural practices.
With child friendly language and rhyming verse, Linda Grace Smith explores the value and power of one. To begin, One Too Many introduces children’s rights. It touches on the basics of shelter, clothing, healthcare, food, water, education, safety and belonging. Then, it sparks conversations towards practical action and community transformation.
#AdvoCon2020 Full Schedule – learn more about all the workshops, panels and fun events! About #bced but many sessions applicable to all of #cdned #InclusionMatters
Come with your mad trivia skills, raise money and win PRIZES!
This BCEdAccess fundraiser will be a chance to spend time with founder and chair Tracy Humphreys and celebrate her birthday!
“Did you know that reading is not a natural process? The human brain has not evolved to have one reading center. Every brain has to rewire itself so it can learn to read. Reading Science bases instruction on the 5 Essential Skills that everyone needs to develop in order to become a confident reader. There are many ways we can support these skills at home and in the classroom to give individuals access to what the UN considers a basic human right, reading.”
“Join me to learn how the School Act provides parents/guardians with the right to appeal any decision they feel significantly affects the education, health or safety of the student.
We are excited to have Rachel Lovick bring a unique workshop experience for the first time this year at AdvoCon2020! This event runs from Sep 17th to 23rd, online.