Day 1: Monday, May 2, 2022

Time Session
9 - 10:45 a.m. Opening remarks and Keynote: Dr. Marie Battiste
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Block 1: Interactive sharing sessions
12 - 12:45 p.m. Lunch break
12:45 - 1: 45 p.m. Block 2: Interactive sharing sessions
2 - 3 p.m. Block 3: Interactive sharing sessions
3:15 - 4:15 p.m. Block 4: Interactive sharing sessions
4:30 - 5 p.m. Elder teaching and closing

 

Interactive sharing sessions: Day 1

An experiential learning activity about Indigenous social realities and health

F.E. Aparicio-Ting, A. Rame

 

The power of sharing stories to inform teaching and learning

L. Baptiste, J. Bromley, T.L. Clancy

 

Exploring Indigenous students' perceptions of informal learning spaces

S. Beatty, K.A. Hayden, C. Jeffs, S. Rutherford


Understanding white settler identity within a more truthful narrative of Canada

H. Bensler

 

Imbuing a spirit of lifelong learning through Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing

S. Bodnaresko, Y. Poitras Pratt, M. Scott

 

How housing influences access to higher education for Indigenous learners: A case study at Western University

E.V. Bomberry, C. Richmond

Winds of change: Indigenous wise practices in the education of early entrepreneurs

B. Burrows, B. Mainprize, C. Gamble, L. Edwards

 

Knowing community through story: It’s where we come together

R. Campbell Chudoba, T. Pelletier


Engaging community in shared storytelling through video creation

P. Danyluk, Y. Poitras Pratt, L. Lorenzetti, E. Lacerda-Vandenborn

 

Universities and schools working together to combat racism towards Indigenous peoples

P. Danyluk, M. Plante, C. Scout

 

Yarning circles: A methodological approach to illuminate student voice

M. J. Eady, J. Keen

 

Decolonization of Canadian higher education: A transformative journey

C. Eden

 

Wahkotowin, keeoukaywin, lii taab di Michif and auntie governance as a Way of Doing: Interrelated theoretical Indigenous frameworks

L. Forsythe, J. Markides, L. Fowler

 

Indigenous academic integrity: Paradigms into practice

K. Gladue

 

Using ethical space to help reconcile the schism in higher education

K. Grant, K. Loy

Cultivating faculty and student well-being through mindfulness practices

J.E. Groen, J. Siedel

 

ourlearningcircle.org: A site dedicated to decolonization and Indigenization

C. Gust, G. Hamilton, D. Restoule

 

Honouring Indigenous values in communities of practice

C. Huber, O. Adeleye, R. Wilson-Mah, M. McDonald, J. Walinga

 

The wheel of course design: Using the medicine wheel to guide holistic course design

P. Kelly

 

Planting seeds for the future: Indigenous learners and a growth mindset approach

G. Legault

 

Indigenous Studies student perspectives on advancing reconciliation, sustainability and experiential learning

S. Livingstone, G. Saunders-McConomy, M. Kerr, A. Kincaid, T. Milnes

 

Allyship, ethical space and wampum belts: The perspective of a settler Canadian

C. Longboat, T. Doney

 

Strengthening kinship relations through land-based learning practices

J. MacDonald, A. Hanson

 

Crossing the divide: Reconciling international student migration and Indigenous peoples

S. MacElheron

 

Decolonizing education through critical reflection: One moccasin step at a time

F. Mahdavi, C. Manyfingers

 

"A lot of my day is spent looking at in-justice": Reflections on decolonizing teaching and relationship-building across difference

M. McGuire, D. Murdoch

 

Pulling together: A faculty learning community on Indigenization

D. Murray, N. Parrish

 

Teachings from our ancestors: Pedological practices from Indigenous ceremonies that can help change our K–12 classrooms

C. Roberts

 

Disrupting settler colonialism through inclusive and transformative pedagogies

O. Robinson, A. Wilson

 

Artful inquiry as self-in-relation: Relationship to land photo journal

M. Scott, M. McKeon

 

Q'ushin'tul (walking forward together) in dismantling colonial academia

S. Scow, M. Calvert

 

Social justice work: Embracing curiosity as resistance in the classroom

L. Solis, E. Atay

 

Student leaders: Small steps towards reconciliation

M. Webster, Y. Poitras Pratt, K. Corry, J. Das, S. Montanez, M. Wilson


Day 2: Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Time Session
9 - 10:45 a.m. Keynote: Dr. Jacqueline Ottmann
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Block 1: Interactive sharing sessions
12 - 12:45 p.m. Lunch break
12:45 - 1:15 p.m. Digital poster sessions
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Block 2: Interactive sharing sessions
2:45 - 3:45 p.m. Block 3: Interactive sharing sessions
4 - 4:45 p.m. Elder teaching and closing

 

Interactive sharing sessions: Day 2

Ways of making and knowing: Connecting Indigenous and Western modern science in an ASHA course

J. Adams, J. Cuthbertson

 

A process of re-imagining the early learning program at Yukon University

B. Alsbury, P. Burt, L. Parker, R. Wildeman

 

Exploring the journey in advancing decolonial possibilities within higher education

K. Auger, T. Kemble (Stonechild)

 

Building strong relationships through shared responsibility (Mino-bimaadiziwin: Living in a good way

E. Clearsky, S. Brown

 

Natoonikew aansaamb: Searching together for learning and resurgence

V. Cortés, J. Murray, J.-O. Young, T. Brigham, K. Loffler

 

The role of Indigenous student service centres in public postsecondary institutions

S. Cunningham, L. Gauthier

 

Faculty métissage: Creating ethical space for Indigenous knowledge development

K. Crawford, J. Hill, C. Thomas, S. Martens, C. Pelletier, A.C.K. Wong

Constellations of fires: Journeying to de/colonizing educative spaces

H. Bensler, M. Scott

 

The role of Indigenous student service centres in public postsecondary institutions

S. Cunningham, L. Gauthier

 

Learning in a good way: Weaving the ways of knowing together through open pedagogy

M. Dabrowski

 

Engineers in the community: Engineering practice and traditional environmental knowledge

L. Gazzola, K.-D. McQueen

 

K–12 treaty education: Settler teacher candidate reflections and conversations

S. Henry, E. Hoch

 

Co-journeying Indigeneity, positionality, ethical space in the classroom

J. King

 

Relational models for designing professional learning at Alberta University of the Arts

S. Lalonde, N. Masuda, R. Martin

Bridging Indigenous ways of knowing and the action-oriented approach in university French classrooms

M. Li

 

Towards being a “good relative”: A parallel vision of Indigenous allyship

S. Liang, G. Lindstrom, G. Ratt

 

Mokakit iyikakimaat: A pedagogy of resilience

G. Lindstrom, S. Shade, K. Baptiste

 

Napikwan in a Niitsiptaii world: Experiences of emersion in Indigenous ways of knowing

A.M. Loates

 

Indigenous-grounded, collective and consensus-building knowledge exchange

H. Logan

 

Teaching Indigenous languages for fluency: Blackfoot language revitalization

A.S. Manyfeathers

 

Blackfoot ways of knowing, being and doing in the workplace

A.S. Manyfeathers

 

Building relationships with Indigenous youth through personal stories

J. Markides

 

Iitsi po’kawa Ani to pisi: The birth of the spider web – The Blackfoot and the Dean

S. Price, R. Bearchief

 

Coming to know through Indigenous stories

E. Spring, A. Hanson, M. Plante, R. Stubbs

 

The building of community: A social enterprise for postsecondary students with exceptionalities

S. Stinson

 

Teaching through the archives of the late Cree writer Marvin Francis

J. Wiens, K. Purcell

Digital poster presentations: Day 2

How some oral traditions teach for peace

F. Ahmed

 

Revisions and recommendations for an Indigenous mentorship model

E. Atay, O. Sawyer, M.A. Bednar, A. Murry

Engaging students in project-based learning to explore Indigenous and Western knowledge

J. Cuthbertson, J. Adams

 

Navigating possibilities together: Exploring the wonder of relationality

S. Hart, E. Ofori-Atta, F. Patten, A. Williams

Academic libraries’ services and spaces for Indigenous students: A scoping review

K.A. Hayden, S. Beatty, S. Rutherford, C. Jeffs

 

Research to help instructors and students use exemplars in a good way

E. Kowch, K. Koh, K. Grant, R. Bene, S. Liu, C. McGuinness

Supporting Indigenous graduate students on their parallel paths

M. O'Brien

 

Maada’oonidiwag: Sharing Anishinaabwe pedagogies into a Western open educational resource

L. Stolarchuk, J. Kechego