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.
CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is pleased to welcome Kyle Shaughnessy. Kyle will be taking on the role as an Educational Consultant, Staff Training, providing consultation and support for staff, students, and faculty seeking to foster greater inclusion and representation of Indigenous voices and perspectives in university curriculum and engagement strategies.
CTLT Indigenous Initiatives is pleased to welcome Chloe Erlendson. Chloe will be taking on the role as an Educational Consultant, supporting professional development programming, educational resources, and strategic initiatives related to Indigenous engagement in teaching and learning.
We are happy to announce that Daniel Perez Gamez, a PhD student in UBC’s department of Geography, has been hired as a Graduate Academic Assistant working on the IN/Relation and Our Calls to Action TLEF projects. Daniel will be working on research and curriculum development relating to these projects.
We recently interviewed Will Engle, Open Education Strategist, for the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) on his experiences with open education and intersections with Indigenous engagement in teaching and learning.
We recently had the opportunity to hear from Jennifer Walsh Marr, Vantage College Arts Lecturer, Academic English Program, on her experiences and interests engaging with Indigenous content and perspectives with international students.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Lucas Wright on integrating Indigenous perspectives in his role as an Educational Consultant: Learning Technology, Teaching and Learning Professional Development.