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Building bridges in indigenizing education: digital narratives as a means of shifting non-Indigenous teacher horizons towards relationality
This thesis was developed in response to the pressing need to find methods for non-Indigenous teachers to actively teach for Indigenous student resilience, and to center Indigenous students and their families in an ...
In through the outdoors: exploring the role of facilitated wilderness experiences in shaping my understanding of self and my relations with other people and the other-than-human world
I examine the role of facilitated wilderness experiences in shaping my understanding of self in relation to people and the other-than-human world through a critical qualitative approach using auto-ethnography to engage ...
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 ...
Indigenizing Environmental Education: How can Land-Based Practices become an Educational Journey of Reconciliation?
Environmental education today centres on the protection and conservation of land for settler-Canadians. This research explores how including an Indigenous perspective of Land into environmental education can aid non-Indigenous ...
Outward bound Giwaykiwin: wilderness-based Indigenous education
This study takes a critical approach to Outward Bound Canada's Giwaykiwin program through a lens of decolonizing Indigenous education. The worldwide organization of Outward Bound, and assumptions about the universal ...