The Indigenous Voices program invites young leaders to join us on this journey of supporting positive steps towards decolonizing and Indigenizing our institution. The young leaders retreat will offer you a chance to gain new information and benefit from the teachings by the Elders. Space is limited, so please contact us as soon as possible if you are interested in participating. Meals and transportation will be available.
2012 D2L Award Winner Jay Wilson and Fall 2011 Master Teacher Ken Van Rees
GMCTE Director Jim Greer (left), George Veletsianos of the University of Texas, Austin, and Heather Ross of the GMCTE at the 2013 TLt conference.
The College of Education and The GMCTE invite local, provincial, and national scholars, students, and members of the Aboriginal community to raise important themes and directions for Aboriginal education in a post-secondary environment.
CGSR 989: Introduction to University Teaching
The 4th Annual SoTL Symposium will be held at the University of Saskatchewan May 1 and 2nd, 2014. We invite you to register for the symposium and join us for two days of exciting presentations and dialogue about teaching. This year's symposium will feature:
- Keynote & structured discussion,
- World Café,
- Research presentations, and
- Writing retreat
For information, please visit this page, or call Christine at 966-1950.
Indigenous Voices event with Colleen Charles & Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum
Treaty promises, land claims and rights have been in dispute between Aboriginal peoples and the government since soon after the newcomers arrived. In this gathering, participants will learn the degree to which agreements have been enforced and explore, specifically, how broken promises have affected our students and communities.