Indigenization and Teaching: A Workshop on Pedagogies, Protocols, & Worldviews

With this workshop, the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning is thrilled to contribute to the conversations about the implications the University of Calgary's Indigenous Strategy for teaching and learning across campus.

Come and join Jennifer Ward, Educational Developer from the University of Alberta, as we explore ideas and concepts around Indigenization of the academy. We will engage with Indigenous pedagogies, protocols, and worldviews. We will explore how to weave Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing into our teaching and learning.

Jennifer Ward is of Umpqua, Algonquin and Walla Walla ancestry and she lives and works in Treaty Six Territory. She is an Educational Developer in the Centre for Teaching and Learning at the University of Alberta. Jennifer works with faculty to Indigenize course and program content. She has worked in both the K-12 education system and the post-secondary environment to weave Indigenous worldviews into the curriculum. Jennifer also teaches an Indigenous Education course for pre-service teachers in the Faculty of Education. Working with Elders, students and community are some of her most cherished experiences. Hiy Hiy (thank you in Cree).

March 1, 2018 - 1:30pm to 4:30pm
Forum (TI 160)
Guest Facilitator(s) 
Jennifer Ward (University of Alberta)
Max Attendees 
No Cost
Event Category 
Educational Development
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