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Join facilitators from kinSHIFT for a full day of inspiration, learning, & resources for engaging meaningfully with youth.

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Are you looking for Indigenous-led training for Professional Development Days in 2021-2022?

Are Truth & Reconciliation and land-based learning a commitment in your education teams?

Join the facilitators from kinSHIFT for a full day of inspiration, learning, and resources on October 22 2021 and/or February 18 2022. (Enquire about other specific dates if these do not work for your education organization)

kinSHIFT in the Classroom builds foundations for engaging meaningfully with Indigenous children and youth. Our program also offers tools for implementing new curriculum content and the First Peoples Principles of Learning, which can be challenging for teachers with limited experience with Indigenous peoples and histories.

All kinSHIFT workshops invite you to bring your full self, and are guided by Indigenous values of reciprocity, inclusion, curiosity, and humility. You will leave each workshop with tools and action ideas to encourage you to think, feel, relate, and act differently.

Recognizing that Covid-19 protocols may limit opportunities to be out on the land together, these virtual alternatives strengthen relationships to land in an innovative way. The format encourages educators to learn, practice, ask questions, and make mistakes in a safer environment. These tools will be valuable for all ages from K-12.

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We help settlers cultivate relationships with Indigenous peoples and place.

kinSHIFT is an Indigenous-led initiative supporting settlers to gain the knowledge and skills to cultivate respectful relationships with Indigenous peoples and places. Our experiential, arts-based workshops allow participants to learn, practice, ask questions, and make mistakes in a safe environment, all while building a foundation for engaging meaningfully with Indigenous peoples.

kinSHIFT is a project of IndigenEYEZ, a community-based initiative that has been empowering emerging Indigenous leaders since 2013.

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