The Aboriginal Education Council and Transnational Law and Justice Network’s Speaker Series are hosting a Brown Bag discussion series for Faculty of the University of Windsor. The purpose of this discussion series is for faculty members to get together and openly share their experiences with, and ideas for, using course materials developed by Indigenous authors and researchers, and for drawing on, and learning from, pedagogical practices found in Indigenous communities. Each Brown Bag will begin with short presentations on a chosen topic. However, the idea is to have an open discussion among interested Faculty on different approaches to decolonizing their pedagogy.
The Brown Bag Series will resume in Fall 2018
The Brown Bag Lunch Series is:
- an opportunity to explore topics of indigeneity content in the classroom.
- intended to be interactive and responsive, your feedback and requests drive the conversation and future planning.
- held as a 90-minute lunch-time seminars
- targeted to those that wish to be inclusive with their teaching practices.
- an open invitation to all faculty.
October 2nd, 2017: A discussion about inclusive language
November 20th, 2017: Reconciliation in the classroom
February 7th, 2018: Tools of Oppression
March 28th, 2018: The Challenges of Knowledge and Attitudes in a Classroom
For more information please contact Kat Pasquach at ext. 3481 or firstname.lastname@example.org