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More Rural Teachers Videos

Here we present videos important that are neither Growing Innovation-produced nor in the Voices of Rural Education series, but which we hope will be seen, discussed and shared.

From where indigenous culture and contemporary education meet, here we present a video with voices from indigenous education from throughout British Columbia:

This short film highlights the learning that occurred at the 6th Annual Small Secondary Schools Think Tank at UBC Okanagan in May 2019. Based on interviews with students, the case study school is working to foster a sense of belonging for their Indigenous learners. Through an empathetic design process participants, rural educators from across British Columbia, supported the case study school to deepen their efforts toward equity-oriented, culturally responsive practices that welcome and nurture all learners:

Each year the Faculty of Education at UBC’s Okanagan Campus hosts the Small Secondary School Think Tank where educators come together for two days of collaboration, inspiration and innovation. Teams from small, primarily rural, secondary schools and school districts participate in an empathetic design process to support a case study school. In May 2018, the fifth annual think tank saw representatives from BC’s Ministry of Education, fourteen school districts, teacher education programs, the community, and BC’s Rural Education Advisory collaborate to grow local innovations and identify possible solutions to common challenges:

This short film create by ubcotv highlight the annual Small Secondary Schools Think Tank hosted by UBCO in collaboration with the Rural Education Advisory Committee. The Faculty of Education is working with educators from BC’s small schools to learn and share ideas of how they can continue to evolve through innovation. Initiatives like the Small Schools Think Tank highlight contributions of rural schools to BC’s education system.

This 2016 film tells the story of Desert Sands Community School in rural British Columbia’s Gold Trail School District. Educators and students describe and reflect on their experiences working together to create student-driven interdisciplinary learning. Inquiry-based teaching and learning, student collaboration, and the development of students’ personal and social awareness and responsibility are highlighted as well as teacher collaboration:

Following the plans outlined in the video below this next one (“The Next Steps for WKTEP”) it is gratifying to be able to document some of what has come to pass as the West Kootenay Teacher Education Program transforms to become even more vital in its communities, and responsive to them. This video provides a glimpse into the wonderful people and beautiful places of WKTEP in 2016:

The West Kootenay Teacher Education Program has been a major focus in recent years. This video outlines plans – undertaken with gratifying success in 2014 and 2015 – to move WKTEP almost entirely into the schools of five rural school districts in the West Kootenay region of southern and south-eastern British Columbia:

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