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Congress 2023 celebrates Indigenous education initiative Wüléelham

Congress 2023 celebrates Indigenous education initiative Wüléelham

Join the Faculty of Education for “Presenting Wüléelham: The Gifts of Our People,” a May 31 celebration of the Faculty’s Indigenous education initiatives and the visionary behind them – Professor Susan Dion, York University’s inaugural associate vice-president, Indigenous initiatives and a Lenape and Potawatomi scholar, with mixed Irish and French ancestry.

Bringing Indigenous pedagogies into the classroom

Bringing Indigenous pedagogies into the classroom

The Faculty’s Wüléelham courses, cohorts and programs are featured in York’s new Right the Future campaign that shows how different societal challenges look today and imagines how they could look in the future, thanks to the work of students and researchers working in its different departments. The Wüléelham options are offered through the Faculty of Education and are developed to highlight the strengths that Indigenous knowledge brings to […]

Meet a Grad Student: Ixchel Bennett

Meet a Grad Student: Ixchel Bennett

This month’s "Meet a Grad Student" profile features Ixchel Bennett, a 2nd year student in the Indigenous Education PhD Cohort. Ixchel is interested in Indigenous teacher education programs that support communities in obtaining a Bachelor of Education degree and becoming OCT (Ontario College of Teachers) certified.

New set of courses creates space for Indigenous students to 'Make Good Tracks'

New set of courses creates space for Indigenous students to 'Make Good Tracks'

In the 1990s, when few of us realized the importance of Indigenous pedagogy, Lenâpé -Potawatomi Professor Susan Dion, was immersed in the topic. Today, the York University associate professor of Indigenous education has brought her research and knowledge to bear in creating Wüléelham, a set of Faculty of Education courses, cohorts and programs that are […]