Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources

We are sharing book titles, articles, videos and podcasts to help support our members' continuing work of anti-racism and equity, and to help deepen our understanding of Canada’s diverse communities.

We would love to hear if you have found this column helpful, or if there are other ways that you would like to see BCPVPA share resources. Contact Erin Hughes.

This Black History Month we are excited to share stories, events, articles, films and more. As our President, Darren Danyluk outlined in his column there are many BC and Canadian sources to learn and relearn from. Below are a few events that you may consider participating in this month, that are available both in person and virtually.

African Decent Society of BC | Events
African Descent Heritage Month 2022
The ADS of BC have extensive events planned this month for both in-person and virtual formats. Some of their activities include stories told through fashion, heritage walking tours, and oral history through song. Be sure to tune in to one of these fascinating sessions.


UBC Museum of Anthropology | Exhibit & Film Festival
Sanfoka Exhibit & Sanfoka Film Festival
"Sankofa: African Routes, Canadian Roots looks at some of the divergent—and often fragmented—paths of political mobilization and cultural assertion that African and Black people in the diaspora have taken."

If you are located within the Lower Mainland, another way to engage in learning about Black histories is through the current exhibition at UBC MOA. This exhibit will speak to Black experiences through the lenses of contemporary artists of African descent.

OpED: Charles Ungerleider

In this week’s blog, Charles Ungerleider explains what educational programs students are entitled to receive.

Read the latest blogpost here

Charles Ungerleider is a Professor Emeritus of Education at The University of British Columbia and Managing Partner at Directions Evidence and Policy Research Group. The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in the OpED articles are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views, policy, or position of the BCPVPA.

EIP Blog

Read Jack's Blog Post

This month, as the days get longer and brighter Jack recommends spending more time outdoors, trying out new micro-habits at work, and creating weekend rituals. Oh, and have you hear about sober curiosity?

Jack MacNeill is a registered clinical counselor and organizational counselor who has worked in the education sector, specifically with teachers and school leaders, for more than 25 years. He is the founder and president of humanworks consulting group inc. Jack’s column appears in eNews the first Friday of each month.

ReFresh: Recess for Your Health

ReFresh is a BCPVPA health resource with simple exercises and information that you can explore. ReFresh appears as a Member Update every Wednesday. All ReFresh posts are archived here.

Read the latest ReFresh: Chronobiology

BCPVPA PLD Readers Corner

Every 2 weeks, your PLD Directors will upload pertinent articles, blog post, or podcast on BetterEducate and in the new Member Portal and in the BCPVPA Member Portal under Resources/ Readers’ Corner for your quick learning opportunity.  

Read the latest article, and find Discussion Tips and Prompt Questions: How to Manage your Time & Discussion Guide

Logo

The BC Principals' & Vice-Principals' Association is a voluntary professional association representing school leaders employed as Principals and Vice-Principals in BC's public education system. We provide our members with the professional services and supports they need to provide exemplary leadership in public education.

Search our web site:


© 2022 BC Principals and Vice-Principals Association

Top