Diversifying your teaching style
We want as many interested people as possible to take advantage of this unique opportunity. This workshop will be relevant to administrators, instructors, and student support staff. Dianne Biin, workshop facilitator, is an Indigenous faculty member at Camosun College, a provincial leader in Indigenization.
Camosun's Aboriginal Education and Community Connections Department will provide support for Selkirk's Indigenization learning journey. Dianne will share Camosun's Indigenization approaches, such as the employee/faculty course TELTIN TTE WILNEW.
About Dianne Biin, Tsilhqot'in Nation
Dianne completed her partnership institute (Simon Fraser University and Secwepemc Cultural Education Society) studies in community, earning her degree in a First Nations controlled institution. Dianne has over fifteen years consulting experience with First Nation communities ranging from industry research to entrepreneurship training and arts administration. She is currently working with Camosun College in various capacities as an Indigenous instructor and faculty administrator, supporting the development of other faculty members in Indigenization and learner-centred approaches.
Where this event will be taking place?
- Day 1 Tuesday, May 14th - Castlegar - Gathering Place
- Day 2 Wednesday, May 15th - Tenth Street Campus
- Workshop Runs: 9:00 am -3:00 pm
Book your spot now
Book a place by sending a brief (1-2 paragraphs) summary of what you hope to achieve by attending the workshop to Teaching and Learning Coordinator Theresa Southam.