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Decolonization Through Reciprocol Learning

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Log Cabin B365 - Vancouver Island University

900 Fifth Street

Nanaimo, BC V9R 5S5

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This session explores the teachings coming forward from co-developed professional development training with K-12 educators.

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In fall, 2020 professional development training was delivered in partnership with The Nuu-chah-Nulth Tribal Council, School District 84, and VIU. The coursework was infused with Nuu-chah-nulth principles and ways of being and doing with their full participation, guidance and wisdom, and was intended to enable educators to connect with their own journey of decolonization. This session explores the teachings coming forward from this delivery and offers a view into what’s next.

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Log Cabin B365 - Vancouver Island University

900 Fifth Street

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The Office of Indigenous Education and Engagement works collaboratively with Services for Aboriginal Students at VIU to support aboriginal students, and foster thier successes.  Cultural activities are offered throughout the academic year, including the Na’tsa’ maht Shqwaluwun, One Heart, One Mind - Understanding Indigenous Perspectives Learning Series.

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