-Children’s school – skating, traditional cultural teachings
-Neighbourhood dances/social activities involving children and families
-Bonding with newborn/wraps and baby wearing
Teacher with D2L Platform, & OCASI.
-Online teaching platforms including demonstrated knowledge and ability of D2L.
-Ongoing work with CAHEP, the Community Arts and Heritage Education Program in Thunder Bay. https://cahep.ca as a community engaged artist and in helping support programming.
-Reports with the Northern Nishnawbe Education Council (NNEC) around culture, family, & safety.
“What is an Entrepreneur Warrior?“ for the Union Of Ontario Indians. Here are link’s South Session North Session Panelists. Collated a report based on findings from Anishinabek Nation Communities who shared their views on what should be in curriculum on entrepreneurship specific to their communities. March 2017
–Presentation to participants at the Assembly of First Nations Feb. 2017, ” Designing an Approach that Roots. Our Learners: Stories of the Land” . See Land Design Concept
-“Connecting Through Stories” brought together a school classroom and Elders to explore relationships and connection to land through art making. A really amazing experience with so much sharing. Partners included the Lakehead Public School, Lifelong Care at the Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre & the Community Arts and Heritage Educational Program.
-Primary research with provincial territorial organizations across Ontario to advise on developing a provincial Justice Liaison Program with the Ministry of Attorney General, January 2016 – June 2016
–Traditional Knowledge Ethics Course, Confederation College.
-Course/Curriculum Development for three courses with Lakehead’s University’s Education Program.
-Taught courses with Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute
-Involved with Education Jurisdiction with Nishnawbe Aski Nation; data collection, community visits.
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