Indigenous Initiatives Related Events

Amy Perreault and Hanae Tsukada with POD Conference Colleagues, San Francisco, CA, USA (Nov 4-8, 2015)

Classroom Climate Hits the Road!

Aboriginal Initiatives Strategist, Amy Perreault, and Classroom Climate and Educational Resource Developer, Hanae Tsukada recently returned from San Fransisco, California, where they shared their work on Classroom Climate at the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education conference, November 4-8, 2015. POD is a forty-year old, globally recognized professional organization serving faculty developers in […]

Taking Classroom Climate Online, CTLT Winter Institute session, Dec 9th, 9:30-11:30AM

Taking Classroom Climate Online

Register now for Taking Classroom Climate Online, a faculty roundtable and discussion on how to address issues of identity in online and blended learning environments, considerations of place and location when using digital technologies, and articulating cyberspace in the context of Indigenous studies.

Aboriginal Initiatives Open House participants
Photo by Terri Kennedy, CTLT

Classroom Climate: Language Matters

Bridging the Knowledge Gap What can we do to “bridge the knowledge gap” – whether that be remediating our own knowledge gaps to avoid the kinds of problems identified by my student, or providing our students with a firmer grounding of basic information on Indigenous topics to raise the level of conversation in our courses? […]