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Exploring Indigenous Perspectives in Teaching Practice and Learning Design
A three-part workshop series designed for anyone who is interested in integrating Indigenous content into a course they are developing. Participants are strongly encouraged to register for the entire series.
Exploring Indigenous Perspectives in Teaching Practice and Learning Design builds off of aspects of the day-long workshop Integrating Indigenous Content into your Course Design. This series offers participants the opportunity to dig into aspects of course design, share practice and approaches, and test resources that can be brought into the learning environment. Participants are encouraged to sign up for the entire series as each session builds off the previous one, and the series is a space to build connections and test out ideas in a supportive peer-to-peer environment.
PART 3: Design Lab
NOTE: If you have previously registered in this series there is no need to fill out the pre-survey.
Check in on goals, share work-in-progress, test out your lesson plan, and get feedback in a supportive peer-to-peer environment. Previous participants in “Integrating Indigenous Content Into Your Course Design” are welcome to register.
Other workshops in this series:
- Part 1: Motivation and Context, October 3rd (9AM-12PM)
- Part 2: Positionality and Place, November 14th (9AM-12PM)
Facilitators: Sue Hampton, Janey Lew, Amy Perreault