On September 27th I had the honour of participating in an event at the UBC Chan Centre titled, Returning Home and Paths to Reconciliation. The event was organized by the UBC Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre. The feature speaker was Phyllis Webstad, the Orange Shirt Day Originator. Continue reading “National Day of Truth & Reconciliation”
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The following four items have been added to the page, “Resources”: (1) Learning with Syeyutsus Speaker Series (a video); (2) Indigenous Storywork Give Away for Educators (PDF document); (3) Journal article (open access); and (4) An Annotated Bibliography (PDF document). Enjoy.
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Thanks for following Indigenous Storywork News & Updates. Three resource items have been added to the web site. The first is an open access article, which I wrote about Indigenous storied memory. The second is a video where Drs. Georgina Martin, Elder Elsie Paul, and I, talk about Indigenous storytelling traditions and Indigenous storywork, and the third is a link to a BC elementary school curriculum that used Indigenous stories and formed the basis of Indigenoous storywork in the 1990s. Continue reading “New Resources & a Stó:lō Project”
Since this Indigenous Storywork website was mentioned at the Canadian Society for the Study of Eduction in June it has been a pleasure to see the number of people that have chosen to “Follow” our collective efforts in this area. Welcome to you all… I look forward to hearing about your ideas and activities as we go forward.
We were very please to have had the participation of many of our international author-contributors at the launch of our new book. Here is a brief update.
At the recent gathering of the Canadian Society for the Study of Eduction I had the opportunity to share the words of Chief Robert Joseph (video below), as the final part of my plenary presentation, Indigeneity Reconciliation and Education, Q’um Q’um Xiiem
The launch of this website represents the start of what we hope will be a collective effort to understand and advance the use of Indigenous Storywork at all levels of education. Please use the Contact Us page to make contact and be part of in these efforts. Q’um Q’um Xiiem Continue reading “Work in Progress”