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Aboriginal Initiatives: Classroom Climate Series

By Amy Perreault and Sarah Ling posted on September 25, 2012

Learn more about this year-long series, which combines mini-class lectures, interactive group activities, and one-on-one discussions.
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Aboriginal (Un)History Month: Using Film to Create Dialogue at UBC

By Maria Trujillo posted on September 5, 2012

Maryel Sparks Cardinal discusses how her film course project raised awareness of Aboriginal history, and encouraged dialogue.
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Supporting Aboriginal Students

By Maria Trujillo posted on March 26, 2012

At a recent Classroom Climate: Aboriginal Initiatives workshop, discussions arouse around how to best orient Aboriginal students to UBC.
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Critical Thinking and Representation in Student Writing

By Maria Trujillo posted on February 15, 2012

As part of the series on Classroom Climate: Aboriginal Initiatives, Dr. Dory Nason presented a workshop specifically geared towards getting students to understand how to ethically represent the experiences of Aboriginal peoples.
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Aboriginal Initiatives: Professor Dory Nason

By Amy Perreault posted on January 4, 2012

On January 9th, Dr. Nason will lead a session at CTLT as part of the Classroom Climate Aboriginal Initiatives series.
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