January 17, 2020
Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel
Founded upon the First Peoples Principles of Learning, English First Peoples courses for Grades 10-12 offer all BC students backgrounds the opportunity to explore First Peoples’ worldviews through dynamic written, visual, oral, and digital First Peoples literature. The English First Peoples 10-12 Teacher Resource Guides were revised and expanded in 2018 to reflect the changed BC curriculum and incorporate recently-published First Peoples literature.
At this workshop, teachers will receive a copy of the 400-page resource guide, collaboratively explore its units/lessons, discuss implementation of its lessons/activities, network with other educators, and see our display of First Peoples literature resources.
Please register early as the workshop may fill to capacity.
First Nations school, public school, and independent school teachers are invited to attend.
Maximum 30 people.
Registration fee (all participants) $30.
Registration fee must be received one week in advance of the event or the registration will be cancelled. Payment is not accepted at the event.
Breakfast: 8:30 am; meeting 9:00 am to 3:30 pm; breakfast and lunch provided.
Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel, 7571 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC (map)
Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel, 7571 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC
Book by Friday January 10, 2020 for the negotiated rate of $179 single/double plus tax
All participants are responsible for booking their own accommodation.
Reservations: Call 1-604-276-2112 or use the online booking link
Travel/hotel reimbursement is available only to teachers in BC First Nations schools, maximum two per school. See the sample travel claim form, which includes policies on page 2.
When you register online, you will receive an automatic email confirming your registration. This email is not a confirmation that you are eligible for travel reimbursement. If you do not receive a confirmation within a few moments of registering, please contact FNESC.
A travel claim form will be provided at the event and a sample is available on the event webpage. It includes a summary of FNESC policies on the back.
You will only be reimbursed for “most economical” mode of travel.
Individuals eligible for travel reimbursement living more than one hour or 90 km from the event location can apply for one night of hotel reimbursed at the negotiated rate.
After the event, mail your travel claim to FNESC post-marked within 30 days of the event. You must include original receipts for hotel, ferry, airplane, taxi and parking.
Please do not claim breakfasts or lunches on the meeting day. They are provided.
Sarah Lefebvre, Administrative Assistant, Communications & Policy
Toll-free 1-877-422-3672 firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a safe trip and thank you for your participation!