Indigenization Workshop Agenda

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This workshop will be relevant to anyone who works with, or supports students at Selkirk College. The first day of the workshop will involve learning about national and provincial frameworks and initiatives that support and inform the process of making our school more welcoming to Aboriginal Learners. The second day will be hands on practice for improving your intercultural communications skills.

Dianne Biin, workshop facilitator, is an Indigenous faculty member at Camosun College, a provincial leader in Indigenization.

Event Details

  • Day 1 (Tues May 14th) - Castlegar - Gathering Place
  • Day 2 (Wed May 15th) - Tenth Street Campus
  • Workshop Runs: 9-3 p.m
  • Agenda

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.


Learn more about the Teaching and Learning Coordinator Theresa Southam and schedule for May 14th & 15th Indigenization Workshop.



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