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Muslim literacy workshop explores and challenges narratives

By Wendy Chan posted on December 11, 2017

On November 9, UBC staff, faculty, and students were invited to discuss and deconstruct narratives about Muslims and marginalized communities.
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Learning and Un-Learning on Unceded Territory

By Andrea Dsouza posted on December 4, 2017

Andrea Dsouza, Student Project Assistant for the In/Relation project reflects on undergraduate research and international student learning about positionality and place.
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Faculty Q&A: Christina Hendricks, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, Deputy Academic Director

By Erin Yun posted on November 29, 2017

We recently interviewed Christina Hendricks, the Deputy Academic Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, on integrating Indigenous perspectives, equity and inclusion, in teaching and learning.
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New Faces: Welcome Erin Yun, Andrea Dsouza, and Liz Otero!

By Janey Lew posted on October 30, 2017

A warm welcome to new staff joining Indigenous Initiatives this fall!
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Confronting Uncomfortable Conversations in the Classroom: The Pedagogy of Emotion

By Erin Yun posted on

On October 12, 2017, Jude Walker, assistant professor of Adult Learning and Education, and Shayna Hornstein, a body-focused psychotherapist, registered physical therapist, and recent graduate in Adult Learning and Education, facilitated a Classroom Climate workshop on “Confronting Uncomfortable Conversations in the Classroom: The Pedagogy of Emotion.”
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