Employee workshops

View upcoming workshops for faculty and staff of CMTN and learn more about training available on-demand.

Bringing Indigenous Voices into English Language Arts Instruction

ChatReconciliACTION: Indigenizing Learning

Bringing Indigenous Voices into English Language Arts Instruction with guest Dr. Sara Davidson.

Friday, January 28, 2022

10:00 to 11:30 am

Zoom link will be sent out the week before.

Register now - email Kāshā at kasha@coastmountaincollege.ca

Open to faculty of CMTN.

Sara Florence Davidson (sgaan jaadgu san glans) is a Haida/Settler Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. She completed her PhD in Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia, and her research focuses on Indigenous pedagogies, literacies, and stories. With her father, she is the co-author of Potlatch as Pedagogy: Learning through Ceremony and the Sk’ad’a Stories, a picture book series which is based on family stories and highlights Indigenous pedagogies and intergenerational learning. Sara is passionate about reading, writing, and listening to stories. She lives on unceded Stó:lō Territory with her partner and their two dogs.

Jan 28, 2022
How to find us: Online
Starts at:10:00 AM

Ends at: 11:30 AM

On-demand training

The following workshops are available on-demand. Please contact Kāshā at kasha@coastmountaincollege.ca to express your interest.

Cultural Protocols, Empathy & Safety

Cultural Safety Planning with Nahanee Creative Inc.

*Unfacilitated option.

Online with intro and debrief sessions.

Available on-demand (available 3 days for group from log-in)

Learn more: decolonizeeverything.org/cultural-safety

Ripple Effect of Resilience: An Indigenous Perspective

With Monique Gray Smith, author, speaker & consultant

Self-directed session that consists of six modules.

Includes group mentoring times with Monique.

Learn more: moniquegraysmith.com/products/the-ripple-effect-of-resilience-book