This panel discussion explores how Indigenous knowledges can be incorporated into teaching math and science subjects. It aired on Facebook Live in April 2020.
Moderator: Dustin Brass, First Nations University of Canada
We respectfully acknowledge the original lands of the Indigenous Peoples of Treaty 4 where this digital forum was held: Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota, Dakota, Lakota and Treaty 6: Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, and Dakota. We also respectfully acknowledge the original lands of the panelists, who are from Treaty 1 territory and the traditional territory of the Mississauga Anishinaabeg. As well, we acknowledge the homeland to the many winged, four-legged, crawling, and water creatures.
|Dustin Brass||Forum Moderator||First Nations University of Canada, Regina, SK|
|Willie Ermine||Panelist; Traditional Health Coordinator for the Sturgeon Lake Traditional Health Program, Knowledge Keeper and Ceremonialist||Sturgeon Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan|
|Rockford McKay||Panelist; Science Facilitator, Manitoba First Nations School System, Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre||Winnipeg, MB|
|Beedahbin Peltier||Panelist; Professor, School of General Arts and Sciences, Sir Sandford Fleming College||Peterborough, Ontario|
|Dr. Edward Doolittle||Panelist; Associate Professor, Mathematics, First Nations University of Canada||Regina, Saskatchewan|
|Terry Massey||NCCIE Content Coordinator||Regina, SK|
|Stewart Manhas||NCCIE Content Editor||Regina, SK|
|Hanah McFarlane||NCCIE Research Associate||Peterborough, ON|
|IKS Media & Technology Ltd.||Streaming and Recording Studio||Regina, SK|
|Length of Video||1:16 minutes|
|Is there content in this video that is inappropriate to show young children? No|
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