Natural Curiosity 2021 Webinar Series: Embracing the Shift - Part 4: Decolonizing Practice through Two-Eyed Seeing and Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity 2021 Webinar Series: Embracing the Shift - Part 4: Decolonizing Practice through Two-Eyed Seeing and Natural Curiosity

Book authors: Doug Anderson, Julie Comay, Lorraine Chiarotto

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World Rights
Publication date: April 2021
Binding: Webinar
ISBN 978077272634A
Our price: $10.00
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Author's bio

On Thursday, April 8th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (EST), Marlo Beaucage from Johnny Therriault School on Aroland First Nation led the Natural Curiosity community in conversation about how we can begin to decolonize the classroom, by grounding our love of teaching and learning on the land. Marlo's story in Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition (2018) continues to be a source of inspiration to thousands of educators across Turtle Island who use the resource to guide their environmental inquiry practice. In this webinar, Marlo shares about how her teaching philosophy and practice continues to shift and grow, with a renewed focus on spirituality and a two-eyed seeing approach. Learn about how land-based learning continues to be an integral part of children’s learning and wellbeing in Aroland First Nation, amid COVID-19.

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Marlo Beaucage is a member of the Red Rock Indian Band. She graduated in 2008 from Lakehead University, Native Teacher Education program with a Bachelor of Arts degree focusing on English and Ojibwe language. After teaching Ojibwe for five years in the provincial school system, Marlo began to teach within Aroland First Nation at Johnny Therriault School. She has taught Grade 1/2, 3/4, 7/8 and is currently the Special Education Resource Teacher along with the Choose Life Coordinator. Marlo has also had the opportunity to collaborate and provide her classroom experience and story for Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition. Her love of inquiry while instilling a holistic approach to learning in her students is one area that Marlo takes great pride in. Marlo has acquired her Principal Qualifications and is currently pursuing her Master of Education with a focus in land base education through Lakehead University, in partnership with Biigtigong Nishnaabeg. Her research and thesis will focus on authentic land-based teachings which will support student identity, Ojibwe language revitalization within the classroom and school setting, all the while respecting community values and traditions.