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The Land Teaches Us: (Re)storying Pedagogy and Practice Through Etuaptmumk – Two-Eyed Seeing Workshop
November 23 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm ESTFree
Learn more about co-learning from and with the Land, grounded in the principles of Etuaptmumk – Two-Eyed Seeing (in the Mi’kmaq language).
Through both Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives, Two-Eyed Land-based play and co-learning supports the growth of respectful, reciprocal and responsible relationships with places, plant-life and animals for the benefit of all. This Early Childhood Education (ECE) nature-based play course is among the finalists for the Canadian Museum of Nature’s 2022 Nature Inspiration Awards.
Louise Zimanyi and Lynn Short will facilitate a virtual workshop on November 23rd, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m ET to inspire faculty to incorporate land-based play, Indigenous perspectives, and sustainability values into their own courses.
Humber College is one of the regional AASHE Centers for Sustainability Across the Curriculum. Centers host workshops and other professional development opportunities throughout the year. If you aren’t able to attend this event, please consider attending one of the other upcoming events organized by a Center