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Webinar

Indigenous Educators Talk Indigenous Education – with Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse

Teach For Canada invites you to join us for the third webinar in our speaker series Indigenous Educators Talk Indigenous Education. This series features experts, educators, and Knowledge Keepers sharing wise practices for incorporating Indigenous content in the classroom and building meaningful connections with Indigenous students.

We are honoured to be joined by educator and author Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse. Dr. Toulouse is originally from Sagamok First Nation. She is a Full Professor in the Faculty of Education at Laurentian University where she teaches numerous courses including Primary/Junior Methods, Primary/Junior Literacy, and Indigenous Ways of Knowing. She is also the author of many excellent books and education resources including Achieving Indigenous Student Success and Truth and Reconciliation in Canadian Schools. You can read more about her many accomplishments here on the Laurentian University website.

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We are excited for you to join us in learning from Dr. Toulouse’s wisdom and experience!

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March 24, 2021

4:30PM - 6:00PM CST (5:30PM - 7:00PM EST)

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