This session will take place this Friday afternoon. Teaching Controversial Issues Other Resources BCTF Pat Clarke OXFAM Sheffield University U of Oregon Diversity & Community Vygotsky Tools of the Mind Vygotsky Archive
Another great last minute addition to WISE 2014. Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair will be joining us for drinks and conversation at MESJdrink after the WISE workshops. Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair is Anishinaabe and an Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba. He is a regular commentator on Indigenous issues on CTV, CBC, and APTN, and his written […]
Registration confirmation emails were sent last night. If you sent in a registration form and didn’t receive an email, please message us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And just a reminder – registration is now closed – WISE is FULL!! Thanks again for your support. See you next week !
Registration for WISE (Oct 24) is now officially closed as we have reached our full capacity. A big thank you to everyone who is supporting our first official PD day. We really appreciated the quick and positive response to the announcement of our workshops. A registration confirmation email will follow later this week to all […]
The WISE workshops on Friday, October 24th are filling fast – there are only 5 spots left!! Please register asap if you plan on coming. Hope to see you there!
Only 15 spots left for the WISE workshops on Friday, October 24th, so get your registration forms & fees in soon if you plan on coming! Don’t forget, the early bird discount ends this Monday!
Session A: Sustainable Development, Equality, & Capitalism Description: Sustainable, equal and democratic development within a system dedicated to the constant expansion of production and consumption – all for the enrichment of a privileged few? We’ll take a quick look at the imperatives of capitalism and why our promotion of fair trade, blue boxes and voluntourism […]