There are many reasons why you might want to create a record of your time spent with Indigenous Voices. We are delighted to communicate that at the end of its programming year, Indigenous Voices will offer those who have attended gatherings (totaling 20 hours or more), the opportunity to receive a "Certificate of Participation." Participants will request this certificate by contacting Tereigh Ewert-Bauer (email@example.com). Alternatively, if you have attended fewer than 20 hours, you may still document your participation by following this link, signing in, and printing off the information, which will detail the gatherings you have attended.
The University of Saskatchewan has developed and adopted symbols that represent Aboriginal cultures from across Saskatchewan to help promote Aboriginal initiatives
Photo Credit: Donna van de Velde
Conference sponsored by the University of Saskatchewan, College of Education and the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness.
Call for proposals has been extended until June 30, 2014. Broadly, the theme of wâhkôhtowin is "Bringing together “kindred spirits” to unpack decolonization and kindle Indigenization processes and methods to transform educational practices." For more information about the conference, please visit wâhkôhtowin 2014.
Indigenous Voices event with Alexandria Wilson, Biology
In this gathering participants will come to understand the strengths and limitations of land-based teaching and learning, through personal experience.