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2015 Washington State Council for the Social Studies Leadership Retreat

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The Pacific Northwest NRC on Canada hosted a resource exhibit at the 2015 WSCSS Leadership Retreat in Lake Chelan, WA (March 6-8) which used “The Power of Stories: From Native Washington to Global Movements” as its theme. The NRC also sponsored two sessions relating to Canada at the conference: “Beat Nation: Spoken Word, Music and Civic Participation in Canada” presented by Paulette Thompson, K-12 STUDY CANADA Teacher Associate and “The Stories We Tell: Improving Literacy Skills and Knowledge about Cross-Border Tribal Connections to Canada” co-presented by Tina Storer, Western Washington University, and Dr. Jioanna Carjuzaa, Montana State University.

March 31, 2015

Originally posted: March 2015

The Pacific Northwest NRC on Canada hosted a resource exhibit at the 2015 WSCSS Leadership Retreat in Lake Chelan, WA (March 6-8) which used “The Power of Stories: From Native Washington to Global Movements” as its theme. The NRC also sponsored two sessions relating to Canada at the conference:  “Beat Nation: Spoken Word, Music and Civic Participation in Canada” presented by Paulette Thompson, K-12 STUDY CANADA Teacher Associate and “The Stories We Tell: Improving Literacy Skills and Knowledge about Cross-Border Tribal Connections to Canada” co-presented by Tina Storer, Western Washington University, and Dr. Jioanna Carjuzaa, Montana State University.

Canadian Studies Center

Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
University of Washington
Box 353650
Seattle WA, 98195-3650