Alannah is Anishnabe Midekway and Nehiy/naw Cree from Treaty one and Treaty five territories, currently living in unceded Salish territories. In this video Alannah shares the importance of interconectness and wholism in education. She provides with clear and enlighting examples of working with medicine plants, intergenerational learning and following protocols.
Siyamtelot is Okanagan and registered Stó:lō by marriage. Swelimeltexw is Stó:lō from Stsálles are Elders from Okanagan. They share their educational experience along with stories and teachings.
The book, Tluuwaay ‘Waadluxan Mathematical Adventures, is designed to expand our awareness and relationship with the land, sea and sky – and transform possibilities for teaching and learning mathematics. Cynthia Nicol, one of the co-editors who collaborated with the authors of the book (teachers and community members of Haida Gwaii), is an Associate Professor in […]
The Math Catcher Outreach program aims to promote mathematics and scholarship in general by encouraging elementary and high school students to recognize how math is used in everyday life and how it forms the basis for many of our daily decisions and life-long choices. The storytelling, pictures, models, problem solving, and hands-on activities encourage young […]