Weaving Knowledge Systems — May 28 & 29 (formerly Indigenizing the Curriculum)

Weaving Knowledge Systems (formerly Indigenizing the Curriculum) is a two-day workshop that provides you with hands-on experience and resources that will bring together Indigenous and Western worldviews based on your subject area. We will explore experiential activities to weave cultural safety/humility, Indigenous Ways of knowing and being, and Indigenous worldviews, into your course(s)/practice. Bring at least one course syllabi, lesson plan(s), any resources etc., and a laptop/tablet.

**This workshop is designed for those who have previously completed a course/workshop on Decolonization and Reconciliation. Priority will be given to those who have completed the Educator’s Journey Towards Reconciliation. If you have completed a different course/workshop, please contact Lorna Andrews directly for permission to register for this workshop.

COST: Two day workshop, including light refreshments and lunch both days.
$249 for non-UFV employees
no charge for UFV employees

FACILITATOR: Lorna Andrews, UFV Teaching and Learning Specialist (Indigenization).

ROOM: To Be Determined


For more information, contact Leah Lyon at tlcevents@ufv.ca