Indigenous ways of knowing

Indigenous Paradigms in Practice: Relationships, Story and Academic Integrity

As Indigenous peoples we know that knowledge must be authentic, validated, and shared through principled action. In this recording of the webinar, we discuss the paradigms and principles of academic integrity based on the values of our Communities.

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Walking Parallel Paths Towards Learning: Reflections on Decolonizing Education

Haboun Bair offers a summary of her learnings Jennifer Leason's workshop on Indigenization and Teaching: A Workshop on Pedagogies, Protocols, and Worldviews, including belly button teaching and decolonization to restore the Indigenous worldview. 

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Indigenous Academic Integrity

Designed to serve as a resource for Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, students, faculty, and community, the Indigenous Academic Integrity Project uses a multimodal approach to storytelling, including: oral, visual and written mediums. The resources are available in two forms: a pdf and an oral and visual narrative.

Ethical Space of Engagement in Curriculum Development Processes: Indigenous Guiding Principles for Curriculum Development Projects

This resource is guided by ii’ taa’poh’to’p, University of Calgary’s Indigenous Strategy and outlines core values that should be considered when undertaking curriculum development projects in the context of programs or individual courses that involve Indigenous ways of knowing, being, connecting and doing.