On Monday, May 2, 2022, we hosted the RISE Community of Inquiry Conference in Whitehorse at Yukon University and on Zoom. The conference was a great opportunity for each of the communities of inquiry to:
Our communities of inquiry recently took a 2-week break from their work. The break was to acknowledge some colonial practices in the groups. During the break, the groups reflected on how they work together.
Our March update looks at our efforts to create more respectful and equitable relationships.
The 8 communities of inquiry continue to meet on weekly and bi-weekly schedules. They continue to follow the spiral of inquiry process to address the specific topics they're assigned. Membership has become stronger and more diverse.
Since the Education Summit in November 2021, 8 communities of inquiry (COI) have been busy meeting to talk about what’s happening for learners in the territory since the Education Summit on Inclusive and Special Education on November 12, 2021.
You may have heard us say that we’re following the spiral of inquiry approach to improve inclusive and special education in the Yukon. In this blog post, we want to help you learn more about the spiral of inquiry approach.
We established 8 communities of inquiry during our Education Summit on Inclusive and Special Education on November 12, 2021.
We hosted our Education Summit on Inclusive and Special Education on November 12, 2021.
We have an opportunity to transform our education system and create a better future for Yukon children. We know we cannot build a world-class education system without the support of Yukon First Nations governments and key partners in education.
We released the final report on the Review of Inclusive and Special Education on June 1, 2021, during a ceremony at Haa Shagóon Hídi (Learning Ce