Indigenous Teaching & Learning

Indigenous Teaching & Learning
Start Date:
Oct 5 - 5:00 pm
End Date:
Nov 11 - 7:00 pm


In this non-credit course, students will identify their own goals as current or future educators with a decolonizing lens to education. Participants will assemble a teaching portfolio that reflects on Indigenous teaching and learning practices. Additionally, students will be introduced to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) and the challenges it may present. SoTL is an inquiry into teaching and learning processes in higher education contexts that entails critical pedagogical research, teacher self-reflection, and knowledge mobilization through networks of instructors. Further, the course will consider the current state of Indigenous education.

Participants with perfect attendance will receive an honorarium.

This non-credit course will be led by Hailey Thomas – Wilson, Manager – Student Affairs, and is open to anyone who registers with SNP by phone, email, or this web page.

Virtual classes will be delivered Tuesday and Thursday evenings from October 5 to November 11 at 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST.

Contact for questions.