To sum up Claire Kreuger’s presentation this morning on treaty education, in one word is: INSPIRING! Throughout my education path so far I have always felt uncertain in regards to treaty education. During the presentation, as a colleague mentioned, I literally took a sigh of relief. Kreuger took all the questions and concerns I had swirling around in my head, about treaty education, and smoothly ironed them out. A piece that really stuck out for me was when she stated: “you cannot wait until you feel fully competent because you will lose your teaching moment” (Kreuger, 2014). This brings me a lot of reassurance in knowing that by making mistakes and not knowing everything, I contribute to the learning process. In fact, as Kreuger puts it, “train wrecks are the most memorable, where students learn the most” (2014). Treaty education is a challenge and Claire Kreuger helped me realize that I am capable in meeting this challenge. The worst that could happen is I could make a mistake; though, from that mistake I can grow from it alongside, the students, colleagues, parents, and the community.