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CTLT – What I Learned in Class Today Renewed Project: Faculty Perspectives Film Panel
March 8, 2021 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The UBC Okanagan Centre for Teaching and Learning is proud to promote the UBC Vancouver Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) events to our Okanagan instructors.
The renewed What I Learned In Class Today project recently published two Faculty Perspectives videos that continue the work begun with the Students Speak video in the late 2000s. Join us for a panel discussion with student, staff, and faculty representatives on Indigenous engagement across the University focusing on what it means to do this work with care. Dr. Dory Nason will moderate a conversation around key themes from the WILICT films including cultivating a positive classroom climate, the need for administrative change, equal distribution of labour in responding to the 2020 Indigenous Strategic Plan, and more.
- Dr. Patricia Barkaskas, Barrister & Solicitor, Academic Director, Indigenous Community Legal Clinic; Associate Professor of Teaching, Peter A. Allard School of Law
- Laura Beaudry, Indigenous Councillor and Second-year Law Student
- Dr. Tricia Logan, Head of Research and Engagement, Residential School History & Dialogue Centre; Assistant Professor UBC School of Information
- Dr. Dory Nason (moderator), Associate Professor, Institute of Critical Indigenous Studies & The Social Justice Institute
- Dr. Paige Raibmon, Professor & Graduate Advisor, Department of History
- Adina Williams, Community Liaison, Indigenous Research Support Initiative