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Doing This Work With Care: What I Learned in Class Today Renewed Project Panel Discussion

Doing This Work With Care: What I Learned in Class Today Renewed Project Panel Discussion

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

What I Learned In Class Today Project: A Framework of Relationality to Further Indigenous Initiatives at the University

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

What I Learned In Class Today Project: Anti-Oppressive Learning Environments

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.

What I Learned in Class Today Project: Effects of the Knowledge Gap

What I Learned in Class Today Project: Effects of the Knowledge Gap

Indigenous Tokenization and Expectations of Expertise: The movement to ‘bridge the knowledge gap’ around Indigenous topics in postsecondary classrooms is not new

Indigenization Q & A: Christina Hendricks, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, Academic Director

Indigenization Q & A: Christina Hendricks, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, Academic Director

Christina Hendricks, CTLT’s Academic Director, recently shared some reflections on what she has been learning in her role to support Indigenization as a leader on UBC-Vancouver campus through supporting and creating equitable spaces for Indigenous people, perspectives, and knowledges at UBC. 

What I Learned In Class Today Project: Acknowledging the Affect

What I Learned In Class Today Project: Acknowledging the Affect

Over a decade since the original project debuted, instructors continue to discuss both the difficulties and the importance of addressing the affective side of the classroom so they can hold conversations with care.

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Hannah Coderre

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Hannah Coderre

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is pleased to welcome Hannah Coderre. 

What I Learned in Class Today Project: Indigenous Student Support In and Beyond the Classroom

What I Learned in Class Today Project: Indigenous Student Support In and Beyond the Classroom

Indigenous student voices have always been at the heart of the WILICT project and this collaboratively created article outlines opportunities to better support students in and beyond the classroom.

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Dr. Claudia Diaz

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Dr. Claudia Diaz

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is pleased to welcome Dr. Claudia Diaz. 

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Bronte Burnette

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Welcomes New Staff, Bronte Burnette

CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is excited to welcome Bronte Burnette.