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Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Waawayaatanong Gathering: Educational Developers and Indigenizing Curriculum

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Schedule: Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 01:30 PM – 03:30 PM
Location: Taught Online
Instructors: Stryker Calvez, Aisha Haque, Arief Kartolo, Jaimie Kechego, Erika Kustra, Jessica Raffoul, Jennifer Ward

We invite educational developers, faculty, and staff working to support the Indigenization of curricula to participate in an afternoon of critical reflection, conversation, and networking.

The Waawayaatanong (wah・way ・ awe ・ ton ・ nong) Gathering will offer participants a platform to network with others who support Indigenization on their campuses, and to share insights, experiences, and challenges encountered throughout this journey of Indigenization. Facilitators will share findings from a national study on the challenges and perceived needs of educational developers working to support Indigenization, as well as recommendations on how we might mobilize long-lasting change in Indigenizing the academy.

We encourage you to participate in the webinar to inspire shared learning in the context of educational development. Baamaapii/See you later.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Anti-Racism Allyship Across Racialized Groups

Schedule: Wednesday, June 23, 2021, 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Location: Taught Online

There is tremendous diversity throughout racialized groups. There is a common thread of experiencing racism, however, some very different historical and current experiences of racism and colonialism. How do we come together in allyship across racialized groups to bring voices, visions, and activism for change to life?

Organizers: Rita Haase, Kaye Johnson, Tranum Kaur, and Vicki Leung.