*in collaboration with Conseil des écoles catholiques du
Centre-Est's (CECCE)- International and Indigenous Languages Program
Special Education Needs and Inclusivity in the
International Languages Classroom
This workshop aims to introduce Ontario Ministry of Education's guidelines on inclusive education and discuss special needs, reducing stigma and possible observations in the classroom. Through discussions, roleplays and interactive activities, participants learn about emotional regulation and are provided with tools and resources that can be used in the classroom.
*Illustrated by Ithar Abusheikha
Could I have survived that?
- Shared Narratives of Humanity
This training is provided for therapists & front-line workers.
Conversations about the most effective therapeutic practices for diverse clients, immigrants and refugees have been at the forefront. This training addresses challenges faced by therapists when working with diverse populations including the therapist's experience in session, the role of privilege, and feelings of incompetence when client's experiences and cultures are foreign.
The World Through a Child's Lens- Refugee Children's Programming
This training facilitates conversation about programming for refugee children by learning about the experiences of refugees and the impact on mental health, as well as the importance of incorporating emotional literacy in children's programming and activities. Learn about Collaborative Problem Solving and its effectiveness in engaging children and addressing conflict.