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Decolonizing the Classroom

Wednesday, Feb. 12, 12-2 p.m.

J-2008

Since the Truth and Reconciliation Committee released its reports, post-secondary institutions have been challenged to engage in meaningful pedagogical practices informed by diverse Indigenous knowledge, values, and worldviews. This event is an open conversation about the meaning, processes, ways, challenges, and risks of
decolonizing the classroom
.
Panel Members: Catharyn Andersen, Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs, Delores Mullings, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Fred Andersen, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Hilary Edmunds, BSW Student (Second Degree), School of Social Work.

Please direct questions to the Chair of the Equity and Diversity Committee. Paul Banahene Adjei pbanahene@mun.ca

 

 

Presented by School of Social Work's Equity and Diversity Committee

Event Listing 2020-02-12 12:00:00 2020-02-12 14:00:00 America/St_Johns Decolonizing the Classroom Since the Truth and Reconciliation Committee released its reports, post-secondary institutions have been challenged to engage in meaningful pedagogical practices informed by diverse Indigenous knowledge, values, and worldviews. This event is an open conversation about the meaning, processes, ways, challenges, and risks of decolonizing the classroom. Panel Members: Catharyn Andersen, Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs, Delores Mullings, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Fred Andersen, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Hilary Edmunds, BSW Student (Second Degree), School of Social Work. Please direct questions to the Chair of the Equity and Diversity Committee. Paul Banahene Adjei pbanahene@mun.ca     J-2008 School of Social Work's Equity and Diversity Committee