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Pulling Together: Manitoba Foundations Guide Learning Cohort (In-person)
Learn together in this six-week exploration of the guide
BU Faculty and Staff are invited to take part in a six-week, guided exploration of the Pulling Together: Manitoba Foundations Guide throughout the months of April and May. The timing and approach to this learning opportunity was developed by surveying BU faculty and staff back in the fall, with additional adjustments made in response to feedback from the learning cohorts who participated these last months.
Each week, individuals will read through the sections of the guide and engage in related activities at their own pace, then come together as a group for broader reflection and discussion in the form of learning circles. Individuals will be invited to seek out experiences or opportunities related to the learning within their own context following the program and to come back together in a few months to share actions, successes and outcomes.
Duration: Thursdays, April 21 – May 26, 2022
Week 1 – Welcome & Introduction to the program and each other
Week 2 – Section I: Intro to Indigenous Peoples
Week 3 & 4– Section II: Colonization
Week 5 – Section III: Decolonization
Week 6 – Explore next steps for continued learning and action
Learning Circles with Cree Knowledge Keeper Susie McPherson-Derendy
Thursdays, April 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19 & 26
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
In-person – He Oyate Tawapi Ceremony Room, BU’s Health Studies Complex
For planning purposes, please sign up using the RSVP feature below.
- Enter the the number 1 in the first field under RSVP, indicating your request to attend.
- You will be prompted to provide your email address and then click Confirm RSVP.
- An automated message will be sent immediately to your email to confirm your registration.
- A Zoom link along with additional details will be sent out by organizers, 1-2 days following your registration.
The six-week exploration of the guide for BU faculty and staff is being organized by partners out of BU’s Indigenous Peoples Centre (IPC), the Centre for Teaching, Learning & Technology (CTLT), and Learning & Organizational Development Office.
If you have any questions, please reach out to:
Erica Brown, Learning & Organizational Development Program Manager
Curt Shoultz, Director – CTLT
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