Director Donna Lerat teaches early learners their identity through language, and music.
Assistant professor Joanne Goodpipe teaches student learners in Hospitality, Tourism, Gaming, and Entertainment.
Educating the present, and future Indigenous social workers, and Canadians about the effects of residential schools, reconciliation and sixties scoop.
Combining science with traditional ways of knowing.
Director of Programming Teena Nelson teaches students, families and visitors the cultural significance of the Tipi within First Nations culture.
Sakwewak Artists’ Collective Inc Executive Director Adam Martin works with community and artists.
A science and engineering education foundation preparing Indigenous students to graduate within the sciences. Universities from across western Canada participate in week long science and engineering labs.
Educational programs and services for Treaty four area. They serve k-12 schools. Student retention, numeracy, literacy, and community engagement. Have grown throughout the years. The “Learning the Land” program is building land based learning capacity of teachers while working alongside language keepers, and local knowledge keepers. Have partnered with Nature Conservancy of Canada, and Outbound […]
Acting-Dean Andrea Sterzuk, and Associate Dean Valerie Mulholland partner in Indigenous teacher education for First Nations and Metis programs. University of Regina’s Faculty of Education partners and collaborates with a number of Indigenous programs and colleges to deliver culturally specific programs in teacher education.
Scott Collegiate is a high school for students in Grades 9-12, ages 14-18. The student population is 90% Indigenous. Programs include: the Learning and Re-engagement program, a Land-Based program, an Elder-in-Residence program, a Grade 9-10 Cree language program, and more . Elders within Scott Collegiate are valuable knowledge keepers who are involved in the school, […]