Weaving Knowledge Systems
Course Opens: November 6th, 2020 at 3:00pm
Synchronous Sessions via Zoom:
- Monday, November 9th (12-1pm – 1 hour)
- Friday, November 13th (12-2pm – 2 hours)
Asynchronous Course Materials via Blackboard
Weaving Knowledge Systems (formerly Indigenizing the Curriculum) a workshop that provides you with hands-on experience and resources that will bring together Indigenous and Western worldviews based on your subject area. We will explore experiential activities to weave cultural safety/humility, Indigenous Ways of knowing and being, Indigenous worldviews, into your course(s)/practice. Bring at least one course syllabi, lesson plan(s), any resources etc. This workshop differs from previous Indigenizing the Curriculum workshops as it is taught from an Indigenous perspective.
This workshop requires your commitment to the synchronous sessions and timely participation in the asynchronous activities. Once you have registered, further course details and virtual office hours will be provided.
**This workshop is designed for those who have previously completed a course/workshop on Decolonization and Reconciliation. Priority will be given to those who have completed the Educator’s Journey Towards Reconciliation. If you have completed a different course/workshop, please contact Lorna Andrews directly for permission to register for this workshop. Email Lorna at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Weaving Knowledge SystemsDate(s): Friday, November 6 - Friday, November 13
Time: All Day