Walking in Two Worlds
Education was continual and perpetual in everything that we did. And that way then you became a whole person because there was education for the body, there was education for the mind and for the unseen. -- Larry Aitken, Leech Lake Ojibwe
Knowledge of aboriginal peoples is a significant factor influencing the achievement rate of aboriginal students in educational institutions. Teacher education has only recently begun to incorporate knowledge of aboriginal history, culture and pedagogies into its curriculum and has much work to do given the long and destructive history of the education system on aboriginal peoples.
Join Centennial College on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 for the Walking in Two Worlds Conference.
Focus of the Conference
- To provide a place for aboriginal and non-aboriginal educators, students and community organizations to engage with issues around teaching and learning that impact aboriginal students success
- To promote dialogue and exchange of knowledge, experience and practice around teaching and learning in Post-Secondary Education
- To serve as a forum to build sustainable networks that would support the success of aboriginal students in Post-Secondary Education
- Embodied Knowledge
- Divergent thinking
- Language and Identity
- Power Relations
- Story Telling
The conference venue is the new state-of-the-art Library and Academic Facility at Centennial College’s flagship Progress Campus on Wednesday, February 18, 2015. Progress Campus is close to many amenities such as hotels, restaurants and the Scarborough Town Centre.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
941 Progress Avenue
To view Progress Campus Location, click here.
Please note: External conference registration is now closed. Centennial employees and students should register using the link sent via email. For questions or information about the conference please contact Amanda Sampson at 416-289-5000, ext. 2295, email@example.com