The classroom is just one site for learning. Undergraduate students at UBC are encouraged to broaden their learning experiences.
The objective of this year’s student conference is to provide student leaders with the tools that will assist them in promoting and discussing the significance of the TRC event Sept 18-21
UBC is dedicated to making the university more accessible to Aboriginal students, and to improve the overall quality of the student experience.
Join us for an interactive discussion around the Berger Inquiry and the critical issues it raises that still have relevance today. What have we learned from this 35 years later?
This workshop will provide you with hands-on opportunities to explore how you could make your teaching and students’ learning locally and historically specific.
What does reconciliation mean for university teaching? What are the pedagogical implications? What is the public educators role in these conversations?
In this workshop, instructors will focus primarily on working with non-Indigenous students' experiences of - and responsibility for - the learning process in courses dealing with Aboriginal topics.
Many students enter their first course with Indigenous content in their third and fourth year of university.
Please join us to learn about Aboriginal Initiatives programming at CTLT and engage with others working in areas that focus on Indigenous cultures, histories, literature and community based research.
The university classroom is often the first site for students to engage in conversations and share ideas with others from a broad range of cultural and social backgrounds.
How can we assist students to think about their physical and social location at the university? How do you create an understanding about reciprocal relationships to place and learning?
During this session we will look at a variety of projects that have been designed to support the UBC community and others in engaging with conversations around Aboriginal topics.
Get a behind-the-scenes guided tour of MOA’s facilities.