Multicultural Education Initiatives Success Stories
Below are some Multicultural Education Initiatives (MEIs) we have featured as success stories. You can look to these examples when planning and submitting your MEI project.
This course actively encourages students of different backgrounds to come together to share their stories of experience with each other. One of the main goals of this course is to support belonging and inclusion, facilitating intercultural connections. Throughout this course, students learned about their own stories and were given tools to share them with others. The process of creative writing and practicing mindfulness each day forms a community of learners. More>>>
The Cultural Fair for Central Collegiate involved students creating information boards on their country or the country that they were studying, and to either prepare a food dish from that country or perform some kind of entertainment from that country. More>>>
Staff and students at Dr. George Ferguson saw a need to create a multilingual library due to the high number of EAL students and families at the school. With the funding from the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, Regina Public Schools and a Raise a Reader grant the school was able to purchase approximately 120 multilingual books that will be housed in the school library for all students to access. More>>>
In order to add an experiential aspect to learning about Treaties, students from Kamsack Comprehensive Institute travelled to Winnipeg on June 20, 2013 via the Melville train station. More>>>