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Feb 20
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

University of Victoria, First Peoples' House, Ceremonial Hall Victoria, BC V8W2Y2

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2018-RestouleBio: Jean-Paul Restoule is Anishinaabe and a member of the Dokis First Nation. He joined University of Victoria as Chair of Department of Indigenous Education in September 2017. Jean-Paul’s research is concerned with Indigenizing and decolonizing teacher education; supporting Indigenous student success; Indigenous pedagogy in online learning environments, and Indigenous research methodologies and ethics. Jean-Paul recently served as Indigenous curriculum lead for an innovative online course for First Nations school Principals and is the founding curator of Deepening Knowledge, an effort to infuse Indigenous peoples’ histories, knowledges and pedagogies into all levels of education. Jean-Paul co-designed Aboriginal Worldviews and Education, a Massive Open Online Course promoting how Indigenous perspectives can benefit all learners.

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February 20
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11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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University of Victoria, First Peoples' House, Ceremonial Hall Victoria, BC V8W2Y2 + Google Map
Phone:
250-472-5456