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Teaching & Learning Resources at Camosun: Indigenization

CETL Learning Opportunities

The Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning offers a number of guided workshops for furthering your learning in Indigenization and decolonization. 

  • TELŦIN TŦE WILNEW Understanding Indigenous Peoples
  • ŚW̱,ȻENEṈITEL Doing Good Work Together
  • Pulling Together: Indigenization Guide for Teachers Study Group 
  • Indigenous Education Community of Practice
  • Working Together: Indigenizing your course
  • The Blanket Exercise
  • Learning on the Land Opportunities

For more information or to register for an upcoming session, please contact the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and see our events calendar. Please view the Pulling Together: Indigenization Guides in our LibGuide for further information.

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Academic Reading

Video Resources

Books

Ally Resources

Contact Information

For more information please contact me!

Natasha Parrish MA (she/her)   l   Education Developer for Indigenization
Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning   l   Learning Services
parrishn@camosun.ca   l  250-370-4500

CAMOSUN COLLEGE   l   Victoria, BC   l  camosun.ca

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Camosun College Links

Camosun College 50th Anniversary Links

 

'Paddling together' Camosun's ocean-going canoe with artist Dylan Thompson - June 2021

In Curriculog applicants are asked to respond in how their programming reflects Indigenization in context of Camosun's Indigenization goals. Specifically, how

  • Indigenous students see themselves and their realities reflected in the curriculum in which they engage.
  • Non-indigenous students come away from the college equipped with knowledge and processes that enable them to develop stronger and better-informed relationships with Indigenous peoples,

A further question asked is

  • Has the curriculum/teaching learning experience in this course been Indigenized? Please explain.

Please contact our Education Developer for Indigenization, Natasha Parrish, parrishn@camosun.ca if you or your program is looking for supports in this area.

LibGuide Links