Proposal Title

Going beyond the territorial acknowledgement: Strategies for decolonizing our online classroom

Presenter Information

Erin WoodfordFollow

Presentation Type

Long (40 minute) synchronous

Start Date

16-2-2021 11:40 AM

End Date

16-2-2021 12:20 PM

Proposal Abstract

Note: This presentation is limited to 15 participants. Designing our online classroom is more than just putting content online or showing up on Zoom as scheduled. The inequities across British Columbia that inhibit success with online learning may affect learners anywhere at any time. In this talking circle, we will use prompts to navigate what inequities our learners may face, and how we can create holistic-centered online learning environments that support our learners. Bring your ideas for this participatory session.

Statement

In relation to "Beyond Words: Indigenization & Virtual Classrooms" this session offers a collaborative, facilitated opportunity for educators to recognize the difference between decolonization and indigenization while reflecting on their own practice and realizing the progress they are making, as well as a way forward.

Outline:

Welcome

Decolonization vs. Indigenization

Inequities for online learners

Strategies for decolonization

Talking circle

Takeaway Questions

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Feb 16th, 11:40 AM Feb 16th, 12:20 PM

Going beyond the territorial acknowledgement: Strategies for decolonizing our online classroom

Note: This presentation is limited to 15 participants. Designing our online classroom is more than just putting content online or showing up on Zoom as scheduled. The inequities across British Columbia that inhibit success with online learning may affect learners anywhere at any time. In this talking circle, we will use prompts to navigate what inequities our learners may face, and how we can create holistic-centered online learning environments that support our learners. Bring your ideas for this participatory session.