Effective Teaching Series: Potlatch as Methodology

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Diamond Alumni Centre

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Potlatch as Methodology is a culturally and spiritually-based approach.

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Potlatch as Methodology is a culturally and spiritually-based approach used to symbolically invite diverse participants (Indigenous, International and Domestic alike) to co-create a home away from home that helps facilitate greater learning outcomes.

Dr. Justin Wilson is a professor of Aboriginal Studies and is currently department chair at Langara College. His community work includes co-chairing the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators Decolonization, Reconciliation and Indigenization committee and was part of British Columbia Open Campus project team called Pulling Together: A Guide for Indigenization of Post-Secondary Institutions of which he helped draft curriculum. He describes himself as an intercultural father of 3, is happily married and describes himself as a 16 year old dad. His research interests include (a) transformative learning, (b) resiliency and (personal leadership and (d) intercultural communication among others.

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