ARTS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Kim and Jerry Brodey
Can You Hear My Voice
This highly participatory workshop offers educators activities that encourage respect, communication, self-esteem, and pride in our respective cultures, languages and ethnic backgrounds. We explore ideas and strategies to create a more inclusive learning environment.
Challenged by the bullies in your classroom? This drama workshop invites you to explore effective ways of addressing relationship and behaviour issues.
Michael St. George
Dub Me With Poetry
This workshop addresses the roots and instruments of the art form and how Dub became an effective vehicle combining creative thinking, literacy skills and a means of addressing social and justice issues that are important to children. The session combines a demonstration of the art form, with interactive workshop as well as useful materials for classroom applications.
Equity & Diversity In Education
Itah uses stories from Africa, the Caribbean and North America to explore social and justice issues – from an African perspective – around race, equality and gender in education today, in this inspirational and thought-provoking keynote.