Discover the emerging role of educational institutes in promoting and supporting the life cycle of knowledge at Selkirk College Teaching & Learning Institute's Learning Symposium and Indigenous Educators' Summit.
Join regional and international educators at the second annual Learning Symposium and Indigenous Educators' Summit. Share best practices with each other including exploration of growth mindset and experiential learning. Held at Pateneaude Hall, Tenth Street Campus, Nelson
Monday, June 19
6:00-8:00 pm - Welcome Dinner
Our Place on the Columbia River: An evening of storytelling and indigenous place-based knowledge sharing.
Tuesday, June 20
9:00 am Keynote – Tentative Dr. Judy Thompson
10:00 am Reconciliation Panel
Exploring Reconciliation through Community College Education
A panel of researchers from regional Nations describe their experience of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant
11:00 am Break out Group
Later, in breakout groups, participants will have the chance to ask questions of researchers about the initial findings.
4:00 pm ADJOURN
Wednesday, June 21
OPTIONAL FIELD EXPERIENCES