Exploring Indigenous Education: A Video Series

A. "Exploring Aboriginal Education: Susan Dion" is a 2013 series from The Learning Exchange that "gives a straightforward account of the historical perspective educators need to think about as they work collaboratively to support Aboriginal education."

  • "She speaks of the need to be co-learners who approach their participation from a position of respect for Aboriginal world views."
  • Though directed at a younger demographic than ours, the videos make excellent points for all instructors.

B. The Videos

1. "Susan Dion - What is the most important change in the current education of Indigenous peoples?" (2.18 m)

What is the most important change in the current education of Indigenous peoples?

from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

2. "Susan Dion - What actions of non-Indigenous educators might have the greatest impact for students?" (3.34 m)

What actions of non-Indigenous educators might have the greatest Impact for students?

from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

3. "Susan Dion - What can educators do to support the learning of all students?" (7.07 m)

What can educators do to support the learning of all students?

from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

4. "Susan Dion - How should Aboriginal content be taught?" (4.28 m)

How should Aboriginal content be taught?

from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

5. "Susan Dion - Appropriation" (5.56 m)

Appropriation

from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

6. "Susan Dion - Rethinking Current Practice" (7.31 m)

Rethinking Current Practice

from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

7. "Susan Dion - Teachers as Allies" (3.28 m)

Teachers as Allies

from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

8. "Susan Dion - Doing the Work of Learning" (1.59 m)

Doing the Work of Learning from The Learning Exchange (1) on Vimeo.

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