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Peaceful Emotions

Peaceful emotions are a key element in the development of the whole child and enable students to achieve success in all that they undertake. Initiatives such as Aboriginal Education, Bully Prevention, Equity and Inclusive Education, and Safe Schools, which includes Bullying Prevention and Restorative Practices, support students by providing strategies and skills that can assist them in the lifelong development of peaceful emotions and helps create and maintain peaceful relationships.

Aboriginal

Trillium Lakelands District School Board is committed to engaging First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students by integrating their cultures in the curriculum and the school community.

We work to support success for Aboriginal learners by increasing awareness of the learning styles of Aboriginal students, and increasing understanding of First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures, histories, and perspectives.

My piece of the puzzle

Youth Educator Family and community

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative

First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada

Good Minds – Book store with authentic and accurate FNMI resources

First Nations, Metis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario

Spirit Horse Tour 2015

FNMI Inspired DPA

Legacy of Hope – awareness and understanding of intergenerational impact of Residential Schools

Project of Heart – an artistic project for students seeking truth about the History of Aboriginal people in Canada

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

Good Minds – Bookstore with authentic and accurate FNMI resources

The history and culture of Métis people.

Historical and current information and data about First Nation, Métis, and Inuit people in Canada

Legacy of Hope – awareness and understanding of intergenerational impact of Residential Schools

Project of Heart – an artistic project for students seeking truth about the History of Aboriginal people in Canada

Spirit Horse Tour 2015

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

Safe schoolsTrillium Lakelands District School Board is committed to developing, maintaining, and encouraging school practices that model and reinforce socially responsible and respectful behaviours so that learning and teaching can take place in a safe and caring environment.

THe School Board is committed to providing a clear response to all forms of bullying that will be consistent and visible in all schools. Trillium Lakelands District School Board is also committed to the development of positive school climates in all schools to ensure environments where students and staff can feel happy, comfortable, welcome and safe.

The School Board is dedicated to the training of all school staff in the area of restorative practices, with the goal of positively influencing behavior and strengthening school communities throughout the board. The use of restorative practices has been shown to reliably reduce misbehavior, bullying, violence and suspensions among students and improve the overall climate for learning .Trillium Lakelands District School Board believes that students are more likely to make positive changes when those in authority do things with them, rather than to them or for them.

My piece of the puzzle

Youth Educator Family and community

Safe @ School

TLDSB Code of Conduct

Ministry of Education – Safe & Accepting Schools

The Trevor Project

Kids Help Phone – a toll free 24 hour, bilingual, and anonymous counseling line for youth in Canada.

The Canadian Safe School Network

Bullying Canada – created by youth for youth

What is Restorative Practice?

Safe @ School – fosters positive systemic change for teachers, students, and the education system overall.

IIRP Canada – Framework for Schools

Bullying Awareness Week

Kids Help Phone

The Canadian Safe School Network (CSSN)

What is Restorative Practice?

The International Institute of Restorative Practices Canadian

Restorative Practices at LCVI

TLDSB Code of Conduct

Ministry of Education – information about progressive discipline.

Safe Schools Act

Canadian Safe Schools website.

PREVNet is a national network of Canadian researchers, non-governmental organizations and governments committed to stop bullying.

Kids Are Worth It – Barbara Coloroso offers a valuable resource for parents and educators.

Kids Help Phone – Let’s talk about bullying.

What is Restorative Practice?

The International Institute of Restorative Practices Canadian

Bullying Prevention at TLDSB

Information on Cyberbullying from the Media Awareness Network

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