Society & Culture
This week is the fifth in our uploads from the 20th Canadian National Child and Youth Care conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia this past May. In this episode, Matty Hillman talks about transitions he has gone through as a CYC Student. A Muralist. Community Citizen. CYC Practitioner. And now as an Educator.
Matty Hillman is a Child and Youth Care instructor in the Human Services program at Selkirk College in British Columbia. the traditional territory of the Sinixt people. He has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Child and Youth Care from the University of Victoria. His research interests include, sexual violence prevention and response on post-secondary campuses, healthy masculinities and critical youth mentorship. As a muralist, he is especially interested in the intersection of youth work and public art - exploring the opportunity these complimentary practices create for empowerment, community building and social justice advancements.
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Institutional Care for Children in Trinidad and Tobago, a conversation with Dr. Petra Roberts
CYC Education: A Black Experience with Sabrin Hassan
The trauma informed Child and Youth Care classroom with Donna Reid
Threshold Concepts in CYC Education
How Do We Know? A duet from Shadan Hyder and Colleen Snell
Mindfulness in CYC Education with Dr. Mary Ventrella & Dr. Christine Slavik
Reflections on being a part of the CYC Education Process: Challenges, innovations & Changes, Shared Wisdom
CYC Education in Rural and Remote Settings with Kelly Shaw, Jenny Oliver, and Ocean Wyatt
Learning from Life, Teaching to Care, A presentation from Joe Blake
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