Indigenizing EducationIndigenous Voices event with Marie Battiste
About the facilitator
Dr. Marie Battiste, Mi'kmaq educator, presenter and facilitator, is professor in the College of Education in the Department of Educational Foundations and nationally known for her work in leading and facilitating Aboriginal education. Author of Decolonizing Education: Nourishing the Learning Spirit, co-author of Protecting Indigenous Knowledge: A Global Challenge and editor of Reclaiming Indigenous Voice and Vision and First Nations Education in Canada: The Circle Unfolds, she has been a speaker nationally and internationally on decolonizing education. She currently heads a research hub at the University of Saskatchewan funded by SSHRC, a national project called the Canadian Prevention Science Cluster, aimed at identifying evidence-based research for school-based violence prevention programs.
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