The “Thunderbird Rising” artwork is by First Nations Artist Alano Edzerza, and was created to symbolize on-going advances in Indigenous Education.
INDIGENOUS STORYWORK RESOURCES
Decolonizing Research: Indigenous Storywork as Methodology. Editors: Jo-ann Archibald, Jenny Lee-Morgan, Jason De Santolo.
Published by Zed Books.
(Use Code DECOLZED for 25% discount)
Potlatch as Pedagogy: Learning Through Ceremony Paperback – Oct 12 2018
by Sara Davidson (Author), Robert Davidson (Author)
From the Educational Studies Symposium 2018.
Conversations with Jo-ann Archibald about Indigenous Storywork as Pedagogy and Methodology. Click to download PDF
Principles of Storywork in Children’s Literature: Bringing Storywork into the Classroom. Click to download PDF
Indigenous Storywork: Educating the Heart, Mind, Body, and Spirit.
by Jo-ann Archibald. Published 2008 by UBC Press.
Resources used in the CSSE Plenary Keynote, 2 June 2019:
Indigeneity, Reconciliation & Education: The Next Conversation
* Other Musqueam resources are available at musqueam.bc.ca
This page is very much “work in progress.” Many more resources are available and will continue to be added.