Elders’ Outdoor Education Camp

The traditional philosophy of the Indigenous Peoples is centered on the holistic view that everything is interconnected, that humanity is part of the ecosystem. With this concept we have developed an annual outdoor 2-day camp that focuses on the First Peoples Principles of Learning to guide students to this understanding.

To Bring/Important Notes

Bring what you need to take notes, if you're a notetaker.

A comfortable chair 

Sessions

10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

This session is full.


Presenter

  • School District 57 (Prince George)
    Kairyn Russell Janecke

    I am the principal of McBride Centennial Elementary School and the interim principal of McBride Secondary School.  My place-based learning journey began at summer camps and an outdoor education centre. Several years ago, at McBride Centennial, we created a 2-day Elders' outdoor education camp, which embeds indigenous ways of knowing and being. 

  • School District 57 (Prince George)
    Carrie Krenzler

    Carrie- I am a wife and mother of 2. I live in McBride which is in the center of the beautiful Robson Valley. I have worked within SD#57 as a EA then a IEW for the past 28 years. I enjoy the outdoors and crafting. I acknowledge that I am living, learning and working on the ancestral and unceded lands of the Lheidli T'enneh,  and Simpcw First Nations.