WHAT ARE DIALOGUE SCHOOLS?
Dialogue Schools Program:
- With the support of Anne-Marie Colette, DNB has created a working group of experts in child pedagogy representing Indigenous, Francophone and Anglophone communities;
- The objective of this working group was to define a pilot program that will be deployed in 2019-2020 in 6 schools (3 in the Kent region and 3 in the Miramichi area);
- This program will be launched on September 20, 2019.
The program includes 2 components:
- Student Exchange component:
- Exchange between three grade 4 or grade 5 classes from the same region: 1 First Nation class, 1 French class and 1 English class;
- Carry out virtual and physical exchanges around an activity related to the domains of social cohesion.
- Activities in class:
- The working group has proposed a series of activities meeting the expectations of the Personal Wellness curriculum, as well as the Social Cohesion indicators of the Radar model.
Resources provided by Dialogue NB:
- Access to Studio CREA’s resources and premises to develop the exchange component project and classroom activities;
- Support for the deployment of classroom activities;
- Funding available for each class.
Become a Dialogue School!
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