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PhD Seminar Series: Decolonizing Educational Practice: An Indigenous Framework

January 24 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Featuring Carol Ducharme (MEd, RDH), Indigenous Learning Strategist and Kristen Daigle, SAGE Coordinator

This session will introduce a holistic framework to support decolonization of educational practice, as well as consider what culturally responsive pedagogy looks like. Through session content, reflection and group conversations, participants will have opportunities to discuss their ideas for implementing the framework into practice. Join this session facilitated by University of Toronto Indigenous staff members, to learn and share ideas for engaging in this important work in meaningful ways.

Register for the event: Decolonizing Educational Practice: An Indigenous Framework

This Seminar is open to all FIFSW PhD and MSW students. Please RSVP by noon on Tues. Jan 23.

About the speakers

Carol Ducharme (she/her), is Saulteaux and member of Keeseekoose First Nation (Treaty 4). Her current role is the Indigenous Learning Strategist at the University of Toronto in Academic Success and First Nations House. She held memberships on various Indigenous Education Advisory Boards and Committees working on initiatives in curriculum development, programming, cultural training for addressing the TRC Calls to Action in education.

Kristen Daigle (she/her) is Mushkegowuk (Cree) and a member of Constance Lake First Nation in Treaty 9 territory. Kristen was hired this year as the SAGE Coordinator at First Nations House, a student driven initiative that focuses on enhancing the academic experiences of Indigenous graduate students at the University of Toronto. She has 15 years of management and leadership experience, with a background in community social justice work and community arts projects.



January 24
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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