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Joining hands in hope: an autoethnographical analysis of a non-Indigenous educator engaging in Indigenous pedagogy
I am a South African who is now a Canadian, with lived experience in both Indigenous contexts. I use these experiences as a springboard into an autoethnography about me as a non-Indigenous educator, understanding authentic ...
Decolonizing actions that speak louder than words : science education through multiple lenses in Nunavut / by Marc Higgins.
"Education in Nunavut, still largely based on Euro-Canadian knowledge and Western teachings, is a negative experience for many Nunavut youth - the result of cultural inappropriateness and worldview mismatch. The mismatch ...
Whiteness and land in Indigenous education in Canadian teacher education
After decades of advocacy by Indigenous scholars and communities, Indigenous education in Canadian teacher education is gaining support and status. Throughout Canadian teacher education, the ‘common knowledge’ of pre-service ...
This land is our land? This land is your land : exploring the decolonizing journeys of White outdoor environmental educators
My own decolonizing journey has fostered a curiosity about the experiences of other White outdoor environmental educators who are engaged in the process of decolonizing their own practices and worldview. This qualitative ...
Dis-placing Myself: Decolonizing a Settler Outdoor Environmental Educator
Indigenous communities across Canada are courageously fighting to protect their Lands for future generations. Many settler Canadians are trying to work in solidarity with Indigenous communities to disrupt socio-ecological ...
Decolonizing (for settlers): a pedagogical framework for enacting responsibilities
The first section of this portfolio offers a grounding of core concepts central to the framework, specifically an explanation of settler colonialism, why use the terms Indigenous and settler, and what decolonization ...