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Kaleb Child (Musgam’dzi)

Field Liaison, Aboriginal Education, British Columbia Ministry of Education

About

Kaleb Child (Musgam’dzi) is a member of the Kwakiutl (Kwagiulth) First Nation on northern Vancouver Island and has strong cultural knowledge through his Kwakwaka’wakw family connections as a traditional singer and dancer amongst the Kwak’wala speaking peoples.

Kaleb has experience in teaching and administration in band-operated schools, post-secondary programs and in BC public education for the K – 12 system. His education and professional experience has been connected closely to First Nations communities throughout his career as a teacher, director and educational leader.

In his role across communities he works to enhance and support leadership development committed to an Aboriginal vision for pedagogy, Aboriginal content for all learners, language and culture revitalization and strengthening meaningful relationships across communities.

My Session

NTGAE: Concurrent Sessions (C3) Equity in Action: A Framework for Greater Success

Frontenac C

The Ministry of Education is currently embarking on some new directions to positively impact student achievement in collaboration with school districts and other stakeholders. This workshop will overview the framework of an ‘Equity Scanning Tool’ to be implemented to review practices and policies that may be creating obstacles for Aboriginal learners in the educational system. […]

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NTGAE: Concurrent Sessions (C3) Equity in Action: A Framework for Greater Success (Repeat of Morning Session)

Frontenac C

The Ministry of Education is currently embarking on some new directions to positively impact student achievement in collaboration with school districts and other stakeholders. This workshop will overview the framework of an ‘Equity Scanning Tool’ to be implemented to review practices and policies that may be creating obstacles for Aboriginal learners in the educational system. […]

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