2019 Learning at Intercultural Intersections (LII): Toward Equity, Inclusion, and Reconciliation
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Friday, March 15 • 10:15am - 11:45am
Concurrent G3: Place-Based Teaching and Learning in Nuxalk Territory: Making it Their Own

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"Professional Formal Research Report Writing" can sound like a slog at the best of times. When it is the second to last class before you graduate with your Bachelor's degree, and you know that your work after graduation will be in your home community working with your Nuxalk Territory neighbours and friends, it is undoubtedly difficult to get excited about the topic. Doing it in one intensive week seems especially daunting to say the least. In this presentation I tell our class story to honour these learners' journeys through the course and my journey to learn how indigenizing a course works in real life. A spoiler just to tease you. As a result of the class these learners - Tina Clellamin, Dominique Iuticone, Nola Mack, Jim Nelson, Dorothy Pootlass, Veronica Schooner, Katherine Scott, Bert Snow,and Peter Snow won the University of the Fraser Valley's inaugural Indigenous Research Award for 2017.

Friday March 15, 2019 10:15am - 11:45am PDT
Lecture Hall