DecolonizationColonialism: economic, social, political, religious,intellectual dominance and control of one groupover anotherDecolonization: the revitalization and restorationof Indigenous sovereigntyIndigenization: the revitalization and restorationof Indigenous thought in all aspects ofeducational institutions
The questionWe learn about all these othercultures, but nothing aboutSt’at’imc culture. We’re onSt’at’imc territory. I don’t get it.Why aren’t we doing anything onSt’at’imc culture?
The Power of PlaceHow can we integrate St’at’imc Knowledge andCulture into Lillooet Area K-12 Schools?SPARC BCCommunity/staff/researcher collaborationidentifying community knowledge, curricularconnections, necessary structuresTeacher toolkit
First Peoples Principles of Learning (selected) Learning ultimately supports the well-being of the self, the family, the community, the land, the spirits, and the ancestors Learning is holistic, reflexive, experiential, and relational Learning is embedded in memory, history, and story Learning involves generational roles and responsibilities