Proposal Title

Wel Me7 Yews: Steps towards Indigenizing post-secondary curriculum

Presentation Type

Long (40 minute) synchronous

Start Date

16-2-2021 1:00 PM

End Date

16-2-2021 1:45 PM

Proposal Abstract

This session will provide two examples of Indigenization of Education and Nursing curriculum from the perspectives of a Canada Research Chair in Indigenizing Higher Education, and a National funded CIHR Chair in Indigenous Health in Nursing. The session will also include the perspectives of a Tk'emlups te Secwepemc knowledge holder who participated in two course developmental and implementation processes, and two Masters students from Nursing and Education that experienced the courses as students. Utilizing a storytelling approach, this session objectives including helping participants to (1) identify Indigenous frameworks and processes that are used in designing Indigenous curriculum, (2) recognize the use of Indigenous design principles in course design, (3) reflect on curriculum learning objectives, (4) summarize personal learning in this session, and (5) begin to create personal Indigenous learning plans to support Indigenous curriculum development.

Statement

This presentation deals strongly in both topic and format with

  • Beyond Words: Indigenization & Virtual Classrooms

As well, the presenters are Canada Research Chair in Indigenizing Higher Education, and a National funded CIHR Chair in Indigenous Health in Nursing.

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Feb 16th, 1:00 PM Feb 16th, 1:45 PM

Wel Me7 Yews: Steps towards Indigenizing post-secondary curriculum

This session will provide two examples of Indigenization of Education and Nursing curriculum from the perspectives of a Canada Research Chair in Indigenizing Higher Education, and a National funded CIHR Chair in Indigenous Health in Nursing. The session will also include the perspectives of a Tk'emlups te Secwepemc knowledge holder who participated in two course developmental and implementation processes, and two Masters students from Nursing and Education that experienced the courses as students. Utilizing a storytelling approach, this session objectives including helping participants to (1) identify Indigenous frameworks and processes that are used in designing Indigenous curriculum, (2) recognize the use of Indigenous design principles in course design, (3) reflect on curriculum learning objectives, (4) summarize personal learning in this session, and (5) begin to create personal Indigenous learning plans to support Indigenous curriculum development.