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Critical Thinking and Representation in Student Writing

By Maria Trujillo posted on Feb 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 Jan 04, 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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Capacity-building for Discussing Aboriginal Topics in the Classroom

By Alicia Woodside posted on Jun 23, 2011

At a CTLT Institute session, Amy Perreault and Erin Hanson introduced two of their most recent research projects: What I Learned in Class Today and Indigenous Foundations.
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10th Annual UBC Learning Conference – Afternoon Sessions

By Tina Sha posted on Nov 29, 2010

Picking up from the morning sessions at the 10th Annual UBC Learning Conference, the afternoon sessions opened up a discussion on the ways to get involved in campus sustainability at UBC, the vision and values of Aboriginal Engagement at UBC, a summary of the World Café discussions which took place prior to the conference, and closing remarks.
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