Disrupting Dominant Narratives: A Conversation with Megan Tipler

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Disrupting Dominant Narratives: A Conversation with Megan Tipler for National Truth and Reconciliation Day

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Join the PD and DEHR committees for this joint National Truth and Reconciliation Day Presentation and Q&A with Megan Tipler on September 27th.

The first 20 registrants from Edmonton Public will receive a set of printable posters diversity classroom posters!

Megan is a Métis educator from Edmonton/amiskwaciywâskahikan. She previously worked as a secondary English teacher, where she was committed to disrupting dominant narratives and celebrating and affirming her students' identities in her classroom. She is currently working as a Program Support Coordinator for the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (ATEP) at the University of Alberta.

Megan uses social media as a tool to share information and connect with teachers across Turtle Island. Her work as a local artist is widely shared across multimedia platforms. She is also a member of the Nîsohkamâkewin Council; an Indigenous-led advisory council focused on systemic change in Edmonton's Police Service.

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