Event Date & Time
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In this session, we will be showcasing three resources that the CTLT Indigenous Initiatives team have co-created to support bridging knowledge gaps in curriculum and ways to create supportive and productive classroom climates. During this session, we will be discussing questions such as, “Why was this resource created to support the teaching and learning community? How does this resource serve the needs of various communities (i.e. faculty, staff, students, and Indigenous communities)? How can this resource be used in classrooms to support student learning and existing curricular objectives?”
- Instructors will learn how to use the following three resources in their curriculum that will ultimately support their classroom climate: What I Learned in Class Today, Indigenous Foundations, and Power of a Name
- Faculty will have a better understanding of how to bring in Indigenous-centred resources to support curriculum development and classroom climate in a good way
- Faculty will understand the importance of validating Indigenous knowledges, perspectives, and stories in the classroom and within assignments from a student perspective
- Hannah Coderre, Educational Consultant: Curriculum and Student Development, CTLT
- Bronte Burnette, Educational Resource Developer, CTLT Indigenous Initiatives
This event will hosted online on Zoom.