Thanks to The College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan for hosting the following webinars as resources for educators:

“Supporting displaced refugee students from Ukraine in our schools” click here for a YouTube video of the webinar

Since February 24, 2022, Saskatchewan has welcomed over 1,000 displaced refugee families from Ukraine, particularly mothers with young children. Many more are expected to arrive in the coming months. Join Maryam Karimi, Prairie and NWT Settlement Workers in Schools program coordinator for SAISIA (Saskatchewan Association for Immigrant Settlement and Integration Agencies) and Nadia Prokopchuk, English as an Additional Language specialist in the College of Education, for a conversation focused on how educators can support new refugee students in their classrooms.

University of Saskatchewan
College of Education
Curriculum Studies

“Instructional strategies for connecting to EAL students’ lives and engaging their multilingual resources”

The U of S was pleased to host a webinar with Dr. Jim Cummins, distinguished language researcher from the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Click here for a link to their page.

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