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Angela Grace, PhD (Registered Psychologist)Dr. Grace is a Registered Psychologist, national eating disorder prevention specialist, and former elementary teacher passionate about youth health and well-being and trauma-informed teacher training in educational settings. www.heartcenteredcounselling.com/
Dr. Kristopher Wells, Associate Professor in the Department of Child and Youth Care and Canada Research Chair in the Public Understanding of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth at MacEwan University, writes about the need for LGBTQ2 representation in the K-6 curriculum.
Story begins at 4:14 of the video, including expert commentary by University of Lethbridge associate professor Richelle Marynowski, PhD, and psychologist Angela Grace, PhD.
Article includes expert commentary from University of Lethbridge associate dean and professor Richelle Marynowski, PhD, and psychologist Angela Grace, PhD.
Reconciliation and Residential Schools: Canadians need new stories to face a future better than what we inherited
As a scholar concerned with how teachers’ own education shapes what happens in classrooms and how curriculum in Alberta schools can help students to be ethically engaged treaty partners, there are two concepts that may be helpful: considering learning in schools as a process of encounter and thinking about people’s relationships to stories about the past.