RRC and MPLAN invite you to view this insightful event that was held on November 23, 2016:
Recognition of Prior Learning Sharing Circle
Featuring three presenters who have been involved in transforming lives in the Aboriginal communities.
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Red River College’s Elder Mae Louise performs the opening and closing ceremony for the RPL Sharing Circle event.
Karen Willy, M.A. received the RPL Practitioner Certificate with Honors (2014) and is the Coordinator of NWT Adult Literacy and Basic Education. She is responsible for curriculum development and program monitoring for all adult upgrading programs in the NWT. She also is involved in program development, most recently in the financial literacy and portfolio development areas. (Streamed from the Northwest Territories).
Dr. Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson is a Counselling and Educational Psychologist who practices in La Ronge, SK and has written several academic publications on RPL and Aboriginal learners. His presentation will involve examining maps of the self of several individuals and tracing possible transitional changes to such selves. (Streamed from Saskatchewan).
Download accompanying PowerPoint presentation below.
Rosemarie Mayo is an associate of Partners for Careers which offers services to assist First Nations, Métis, Inuit and non-Aboriginal job seekers to find employment, training and/or educational “next-steps.” Presently, Rosemarie is the Project Coordinator at the Selkirk Friendship Centre. She has used portfolio development to help transform her life and is now using portfolio development to enrich and transform the lives of Aboriginal learners in Centre's community. (In studio presentation).
Download a couple of Rosemary's resources below.
Or view the entire presentation/morning.