WILICT Student Voices: We Are All Part of This Conversation
By Keirra Webb on October 25, 2021
Conversations in Society Shape Campus Climate
Fall 2021 Update from the Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning Team
By Freda Maideen and Hannah Coderre on behalf of the Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning planning team on October 21, 2021
We want to extend a belated welcome back to everyone, and we hope the start of the academic year has been treating you well.
CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Freda Maideen
By Bronte Burnette on October 14, 2021
CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is pleased to welcome Freda Maideen.
CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Keirra Webb
By Bronte Burnette on October 1, 2021
CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is pleased to welcome Keirra Webb.
What I Learned in Class Today Project: Listening to Student Voices of the Past and Present
By Keirra Webb on September 15, 2021
The Power of a Single Story On September 30th, members of the UBC community along with workplaces and schools across the country, will pause to recognize the historical and ongoing effects of the Canadian residential school system.
Walking the Talk: A Conversation with UBC Educators on Indigenous Engagement
By Keirra Webb on July 27, 2021
Indigenous Engagement in the Age of Online Learning The transition to online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic has compelled UBC educators to reconsider their now-virtual classroom environments in order to ensure student wellbeing and academic success.
Statement and resources in response to the findings of the remains of 215 children at Kamloops Indian Residential School
By Bronte Burnette on May 31, 2021
(Content Warning: Residential Schools; Ongoing Trauma)
Doing This Work With Care: What I Learned in Class Today Renewed Project Panel Discussion
By Bronte Burnette and Keirra Webb on April 29, 2021
On March 8, CTLT’s Indigenous Initiatives department welcomed the UBC community to a virtual screening and panel discussion of the Faculty Perspectives film created by the What I Learned in Class Today: Educational Experiences and Institutional Responses Renewed Project.
What I Learned In Class Today Project: A Framework of Relationality to Further Indigenous Initiatives at the University
By Keirra Webb on March 29, 2021
A motivating question for the What I Learned in Class Today: Educational Experiences and Institutional Responses project is the extent to which university-wide and national policies of Indigenous engagement, such as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action and the UBC Indigenous Strategic Plans (ISP), have prompted tangible, positive change in the experiences of Indigenous […]
What I Learned In Class Today Project: Anti-Oppressive Learning Environments
By Keirra Webb on February 26, 2021
Creating a classroom environment that values the wellbeing and educational goals of all students in the room is by no means an easy task; but it is a commitment that faculty across disciplines at UBC are seeking to fulfill by adopting strategies of anti-oppression and anti-dominance.