MB Teacher Spring 2024

The IBPOC takeover issue of the MB Teacher is now available!

Sixteen IBPOC members came together to create a powerful slate of articles, showcasing the rich diversity of teachers across the province. They highlight challenges and struggles, share moments of joy and unwavering strength, and offer deep reflection as they chart a path forward for greater understanding and lasting change.

Peiki Loay leads the charge with “Counter Storytelling in Science Education,” challenging mainstream narratives and amplifying marginalized voices in the classroom, paving the way for a more inclusive scientific community.

Clifford Weekes delves into the complexities of self-doubt in “The Path Continues Beyond Self-Doubt,” offering a candid reflection on finding strength amidst adversity and the importance of solidarity in the journey towards self-acceptance.

Alison Lubinski takes readers on a profound journey of rediscovery and healing in “Finding Our Way Back Through a Lived Curriculum,” sharing her Métis heritage and advocating for identity affirmation and inclusivity in education.

Maneesha Manuel sheds light on systemic issues in “Racialized and Tokenized: The Minority Report,” advocating for diverse leadership representation to combat racism in K-12 education and ensure an equitable future for all students.

Looking to further your own learning journey? The MTS Equity and Social Justice Committee has you covered with their recommendations for a summer reading list.

All this and much more in the inaugural IBPOC takeover issue of the MB Teacher.

Dive into this compelling issue to be inspired, challenged, and empowered on your teaching journey.

And remember, our top five featured stories are highlighted on our companion webpage MB Teacher Magazine and are shareable with your friends and colleagues through social media and email. If you prefer you can also view and download the MB Teacher Spring 2024 PDF.