This session will explore how song can connect us to our own voice, to each other and to the land. When we sing, we connect deeply to ourselves. When we sing with each other, we create a sense of belonging to our community. And when we sing about the natural world, in the natural world, we can foster a sense of wonder, curiosity and magic. In this session, Hopi will be joined by Tiiu Strutt, singer-songwriter, artist and educator, as we explore songs and approaches to embedding song in children's programs.
Gokoomis (Grandmother) Jacque(line) Lavalley, Ojibwe Marten Clan, Shawanaga First Nation, EdD candidate in Social Justice Education, OISE/UT
Oshkaabewis (Helper and Messenger) Hopi Martin, Ojibwe Marten Clan, Lenape/Briton/European, PhD Candidate in Early Years Developmental Psychology and Education, OISE/UT
Dr. Diane Kashin, RECE, Volunteer, York Region Nature Collaborative (YRNC)
Guest Facilitator, Tiiu Strutt
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All donations for this webinar will go to The York Region Nature Collaborative