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  1. Class Introduction CRJS 4937Senior Seminar August 2014 Mair Greenfield, BCSL Officer

  2. Biidaaban Youth Groups (BYG) • Offers homework help and fun activities to • First Nation, Métis and Inuit youth at: • Silver Birches (Tuesday) from 2:50 to 4:30 • Sunset Park Public School (Thursday) from 2:50 to 4:30 • Accompanied by a Student Facilitator, Teacher Candidates prepare activities as a group prior to the session • Student work with youth on Literacy and Numeracy • and fun recreational games • 5-6 Teacher Candidates for each group

  3. Children’s Aid Society (CAS) This group offers tutoring and fun activities to students of any background, and age • Teacher Candidates work one-on-one with youth on academic areas identified • by the youth and CAS • Accompanied by a Student Facilitator, • Teacher Candidates prepare activities as a group, prior to the session • Wednesdays from 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm • (subject to change) • at the North Bay Children’s Aid Society • 2-4 Teacher Candidates

  4. Biidaaban Classroom Support (K-8) These placements take place during regular school hours Schools and students will work out schedules on an individual basis Elementary Classroom Support - Alliance, Dr. MacDougall, E.T. Carmichael, E.W. Norman, J.W. Trusler, King George, Our Lady of Sorrows, Silver Birches, W.J. Fricker, Sunset Park & White Woods High School Support - Chippewa, Widdifield, West Ferris, Scollard Hall, Northern & Nbisiing 2 Teacher Candidates at each school 17 local schools

  5. Resources Available for all Groups and Student Support There are many Aboriginal culture based resources available to use. Contact the BCSL Office, to make arrangements to come have a look! • Paper • Construction paper • Scissors • Glue • Markers • Pencils • Pencil crayons • Crayons • Paint markers • Acrylic paint • Canvas • Beads • Bracelet and necklace string • Window stain glass sheets • Rocks (empowerment pebble) • Feathers • Sparkles • Stickers • Stencils • Blocks • Literacy and numeracy • Activity sheets • Activity books • Age appropriate books • Puzzles • Flash cards • iPads

  6. Why Community Service-Learning? • An opportunity to understand new avenues for applying your developing skills • A chance to explore the range of services available in the community • Challenges your ability to adapt and respond to changing conditions • Allows you to explore an area of interest that might not be available through other placements

  7. What does CSL mean to University Students? Expand your experience and CV’s with… • job related experiences within your field • Certificate training • CSL certificate with Service- Learning hours listed • Student Volunteer Awards • Letters of reference

  8. Expectations of this 12 Week Placement? Do not miss class to attend expectations 1. 15 min interview with BCSL Office sign up sheets outside the BCSL Office, F215 2. safeTALKtraining ($10 each) sign up in Student Services, B210 3. Attend Weekend Training September 27 from 8:30 to 4:30, September 29 from 11:00 to 1:30 4. Attend your placement 5. Host the BYG Year End Celebration at Nipissing University (April 12,11-3 PM) 6. Complete Reflection Assignment for Faculty 7. Complete online survey

  9. Criminal Justice Volunteer Component 12 weeks/20-25 hours in total (hours will be tracked by you) Oct. 20 – 24: Classes 5 (Biidaaban Week 1) Oct. 27 – 31: Classes 6 (Biidaaban Week 2) Oct. 24 – Debriefing Session at 12:00 – 1:00 in the Treaty Learning Centre Nov. 03 – 07: Classes 7 (Biidaaban Week 3) Dec. 01 – 05: Classes 8 (Biidaaban Week 4) Dec. 05 – Debriefing Session at 12:30 – 1:30 in the Treaty Learning Centre Dec. 08 – 12: Classes 9 (Biidaaban Week 5) Jan. 05 – 09: Classes 1 (Biidaaban Week 6) Jan. 12 – 16: Classes 2 (Biidaaban Week 7) Jan. 19 – 23: Classes 3 (Biidaaban Week 8) Jan. 26 – 30: Classes 4 (Biidaaban Week 9) Mar. 30 – Apr. 03: Classes 6 (Apr. 03 Good Friday) (Biidaaban Week 10) Apr. 06 – 10: Classes 7 (Apr. 06 Easter Monday) (Biidaaban Week 11) Apr. 10 – Debriefing Session at 12:30 – 1:30 in the Treaty Learning Centre Apr. 12 – 11:00 - 3:00 PM - Biidaaban Year End Celebration at Nipissing University, Main Cafeteria Apr. 13 – 17: Classes 8 (Biidaaban Week 12) BCSL Office: Mair Greenfield or Keith Martin Telephone: (705) 474-3450 ext. 4586 E-mail: mairg@nipissingu.ca Telephone: (705) 474-3450 ext. 4684 E-mail: keithm@nipissingu.ca

  10. Other Volunteer Opportunities in the OAI Welcome PowWow (September 12) Enji giigdoyang Speaker Series Aboriginal Peer Mentorship Program Debwendizon Aboriginal Youth Education Gathering Melanie Lanois, melaniel@nipissingu.ca Wiidooktaadwin Aboriginal Mentorship Program Aboriginal Youth Leadership Conference (Fall & Spring) Mair Greenfield, mairg@nipissingu.ca