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Liv - Creating Confident Kaurs

Saturday
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19
November
2011
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This session explores the ways we can create classrooms which are a nurturing, exciting place for Kaurs. By making a conscious effort to use lessons and language which enforces the power and strength inherent to a female Sikh, and resisting traditions which implicitly, or explicitly, favors the male perspective, we can make a difference for the next generation! Come bridge the gender gaps and ensure every Sikh child in the classroom knows, with great confidence, her true worth.

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Jasmine Kaur

Coordinator & Chief Developer of the Sojhi Curriculum

Jasmine currently works as an Adjunct College Instructor teaching courses in Technical Business English, Education and Social Sciences.

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