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Tag: Indigenous

The Intrigue of Salish Weave

Gifted to NLPS, Salish Weave is a collection of contemporary Coast Salish art that weaves together distinct art form, design, and style. The 27 Coast Salish original art prints impart

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Sit, Watch, Listen

A Tale Gathered In the Field Bayview Elementary – Indigenous Education “The relationship to land and place is deeply rooted in First Peoples’ cultural perspectives; living and learning is inextricably

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Indigenous Storytelling

While intriguing and entertaining, Indigenous storytelling and oral history can be  highly complex topics of discussion and learning. Stories are centuries old, they encompass historical, political, environmental, and sacred subject

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Indigenous Language & Culture

My first exposure to Indigenous language learning was at the University of Alberta. I was humbled by how descriptive and poetic the language presented. In this session, I learned that

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Syeyutsus Policy Framework

Syeyutsus is a hul’q’umi’num expression for “walking together,” living and honoring the teachings of the land and First Peoples, while navigating the complexities of today’s changing world. To honor the

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NLPS Goal #4: Truth and Reconciliation

I recently presented a First Peoples Principles of Learning (FPPL) Professional Development workshop. One educator inquired as to how and why all of this Indigenous conversation started in schools. I

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