Canada is a richly diverse country.
Embracing our diversity and learning about the cultures
that make up our great country helps us to appreciate
and understand others.
Education Day is designed to give
students a positive Aboriginal Experience and to instill
in them a desire to learn more about Canada's first
Many Teachers have returned year after
year as they value how important this experience is
for their students. The Ontario Teachers' Federation
recognizes the educational value that this outing holds
"Understanding different cultures
and their values are an important part of antiracist
education. The Education Day offers an invaluable experience
for students as they learn in an informal and interactive
The Ontario Teachers' Federation,
the Elementary Teacher's Federation of Ontario, Indian
and Northern Affairs, the Historica Foundation and the
Bank of Montreal all support and sponsor Education Day
as they see the project as an instrumental and invaluable
experience for students.
Education day is dedicated to teaching
students about Canada's Aboriginal peoples. Students
will learn about many aspects of First Nations, the
Inuit and Metis in an intimate hands-on experience.
Students will visit at least six teaching stations on
a rotating basis around the SkyDome. A total of 40 stations
will be mounted to accommodate all students.
Numbers will be restricted in 2005
and will be based on a first come, first serve basis.
All fees must be paid to ensure your class is registered
for this important educational experience.
Click here to download the 2005 Education Day registration form
information please contact Catherine Cornelius at: (519)