E2- Building Bridges Between Indigenous
and Non-Indigenous Communities in
Canada and Overseas
Embracing Indigenous Educati...
A Space for Conversation
In this workshop, we will explore the connections
between our role as international educators and...
A Dialogical
Whisper

How do we relate to First Peoples of Canada ?
What has brought us here to be part of this
conversati...
Indigenizing Education
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Embracing complexity
Healing
Respect for Elders
Reciprocity
Intercultural
Holistic app...
International Education
• Making
Connections
• Respect
• Reciprocity
• Intercultural
• Partnerships
• Experiencial
Learnin...
New Paradigms = Opportunities
• Exploring reciprocity in
Cooperation,
International Education,
and Indigenous
Education
Ex...
A Collective Map in Indigenizing Education
Reciprocity
Intercultural
Feasibility
Technological
Environmental
Curriculum De...
Reciprocity, Intercultural
(“the Poets/Lovers”) (“The
Global Citizens” : DEVELOPING
PARTNERSHIPS IN A
RESPECTFUL AND LONGG...
New Paradigms = Opportunities
Developing a pride in the actions that are currently done towards Indigenous
Education in Ca...
Inspirations…
Baron Cohen, D (2005) « Towards a performance-based pedagogy of self-determination », in
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Embracing Indigenous Education in our Role as International Educators - Summary of workshop "Building Bridges Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Communities in Canada and Overseas", presented at the 2013 Congress of the Canadian Bureau for International Education in Vancouver.

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  1. 1. E2- Building Bridges Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Communities in Canada and Overseas Embracing Indigenous Education in our Role as International Educators Julie Vaudrin-Charette, Cégep de l’Outaouais, Qc, jvaudrincharette@gmail.com
  2. 2. A Space for Conversation In this workshop, we will explore the connections between our role as international educators and the current state of Indigenous Education in Canada. Some statistics : 8% - 23% Current efforts within our organizations : Curriculum Changes/ Student Mobility/ Student Services
  3. 3. A Dialogical Whisper How do we relate to First Peoples of Canada ? What has brought us here to be part of this conversation on Indigenous Education and the International Curriculum ? Photos : Wapikoni Mobile in Uashat, close to Sept-îles in Qc – Leadership in Indigenous Media in Quebec www.wapikoni.tv
  4. 4. Indigenizing Education • • • • • • Embracing complexity Healing Respect for Elders Reciprocity Intercultural Holistic approach to learning • Learning by Doing
  5. 5. International Education • Making Connections • Respect • Reciprocity • Intercultural • Partnerships • Experiencial Learning
  6. 6. New Paradigms = Opportunities • Exploring reciprocity in Cooperation, International Education, and Indigenous Education Examples in Curriculum Development : Aboriginal Learning @ University of Regina, SK, Kiuna Institution @ Odanak, QC An example in Student Mobility + Community Engagement @ Canadian Roots Exchange An example in integrating Student Services and Staff Training@Thompson River University, BC
  7. 7. A Collective Map in Indigenizing Education Reciprocity Intercultural Feasibility Technological Environmental Curriculum Design Out-of-the-Box
  8. 8. Reciprocity, Intercultural (“the Poets/Lovers”) (“The Global Citizens” : DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPS IN A RESPECTFUL AND LONGGTERM PERSPECTIVE OF MUTUAL, FRUITFUL COLLABORATION Educational (“The Wise”) : TRANSFORMING CURRICULUM FROM WITHIN; HARNESSING EXISTING SPACES FOR INTERCULTURAL CONTENT; LEARNING NEW METHODOLOGIES IN TEACHING, EXPANDIING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCES OF STUDENT, FACULTY AND STAFF Environmental(“The Green Thumbs) : TAKING INTO ACCOUNT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF OUR INITIATIVES; TEACHING RESPECT OF THE LAND; CREATING “GARDENS” i.e.SPACES FOR INFORMAL EXCHANGES Feasibility, (“The Bankers”): INVITING ADMINISTRATORS CIRCLES; DEVELOPING EMPLOYMENT; Technological (“The Geeks”): SOCIAL NETWORKS TO CONNECT WITH INDIGENOUS/ BETWEEN INDIGENOUS/ GLOBAL UNIVERSITIES, COMBINING ELEARNING WITH IN PERSON, MENTORING. A Collective Map in Indigenizing Education : with Insights from our CBIE workshop
  9. 9. New Paradigms = Opportunities Developing a pride in the actions that are currently done towards Indigenous Education in Canada…and setting high standards for the present ! For more promising practices in Indigenous Education, see the poster session below: THANK YOU ! MERCI ! jvaudrincharette@gmail.com, Twitter : VaudrinJ
  10. 10. Inspirations… Baron Cohen, D (2005) « Towards a performance-based pedagogy of self-determination », in Popular Education: Engaging the Academy, ed. Crowther, Galloway and Martin, NIACE, Leister, pp 192-203. Battiste, Marie : « Enabling the Automn Seed: Toward a Decolonized Approach to Indigenous Knowledge, Language and Education »,in Schooling in Transition: Readings in Canadian History in Education, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012. Battiste, M. (2002) “Indigenous Knowledge and Pedagogy in First Nation Education : A Litterature Review with Reccomendations” Prepared for National Working Group on Education and Minister of Indian Affairs of Canada, Apamuek Institute. King, T. (1997) “I am not the Indian you have in mind,” Visual poem by National Screen Institute. Francis (1992) “The Imaginary Indian: The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture”, Arsenal Pulp Press. Serperau, A. (2011) “Pratiques médiatiques alternatives et espaces publics : le cas du Wapikoni Mobile”, UQAM, Nov. 2011, P.392. Wacowich, N. and Scobie (2010) W. “Uploading selves : Inuit digital storytelling on YouTube”, Etudes/Inuit/Studies, vol. 34, no.2, pp. 81-105
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