Category

Ethical Space

Ethical Space, Resources

Learning from Fall

Fall sits in the West on the Medicine Wheel as do the moon, water and adulthood.  One of the most beautiful and relevant gifts we have as educators is the world around us. Fortunately, land-based education is accessible to everyone…

Ethical Space

OK Saskatchewan…let’s talk.

As I sit here shortening my friend list, and making some real enemies I wonder if there is a way that we can talk, like have the real conversation that needs to happen?  My answer is the ever hopeful, steeped…

Ethical Space

Two Eyed Seeing

Two-Eyed Seeing is a Mi’kmaw concept brought forward by Elder Albert Marshall.  Etuaptmumk, as it is understood in Mi’kmaw, “refers to learning to see from one eye with the strengths of Indigenous knowledges and ways of knowing, and from the other eye…

Ethical Space, Resources

Relationships Matter: and here’s why.

The question that I am asked most often in my day-to-day reality is; “How do I Indigenize my classroom?” Or “How do I engage Indigenous learners?” and the answer is deceivingly simple.  The answer is relationship, kinship, and a student…

Ethical Space

Shame on you Bronwyn Eyre

Fortunately it still surprises me when an educated human makes blatantly colonial and racially thoughtless public statements.  This was the case with Bronwyn Eyre’s comments about Saskatchewan education as shared in the House last week.  The fact that they were…

Close