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Browsing MEd Projects (Indigenous Education) by Title

Browsing MEd Projects (Indigenous Education) by Title

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  • Anderson, Aiona (University of Victoria, 2016)
    For the purpose of this paper, Aiona, of Nłeʔkepmx ancestry, will share her spíləxṃ (personal story). Her spíləxṃ consists of a journey of self-reflection and sharing her spíləxṃ as she learns to tell her late mother’s ...
  • Sampson, Renee (2018-08-02)
    The !SÁNEĆ School Board located on the Saanich Peninsula of southern Vancouver Island currently houses the SENĆOŦEN department, which includes the SȾÁSEN TŦE SENĆOŦEN apprenticeship program. SȾÁSEN TŦE SENĆOŦEN is the focus ...
  • Stacey, Iris (Kahtehrón:ni) (2018-08-02)
    This research has given voice to adult second-language speakers in Kahnawà:ke to help in identifying how they can be supported to continue on their language-learning journey to insure highly accurate unabridged language ...
  • Nicolson, Deanna (University of Victoria, 2017)
    This project is about archival reconstruction. It focuses on records pertaining to the Kwakwaka’wakw people of the Pacific Northwest Coast of British Columbia. Specifically, this project focuses on digitizing and converting ...
  • Burnoff, Laura (2018-08-31)
  • Hill, Callie Jane (Ryerson University, 2005)
    This project represents the first documented community wide language survey in the Kanyen’kehaka (Mohawk people) territory of Kenhtè:ke. Language revitalization efforts began in this community over a decade ago and with ...
  • Lewis, Danita (2020-03-26)
    Indigenous languages are disappearing at an alarming rate and many face the risk of extinc-tion. In the recent past, Canada implemented language policies and laws aiming to eradicate Indigenous languages and cultures thus ...
  • Harris, Pearl (Qwat’Xwa’maat) (University of Victoria, 2016)
  • Mantla, Rosa (2018-10-09)
    Tłı̨chǫ people have lived in the Tłı̨chǫ region for hundreds of years. Gokecho dıı nèk’e nàgı̨ı̨dè gots’ǫ. Since our Ancestor’s time our Forefathers have lived on Tłı̨chǫ Land. Our Elders believed that our land is the ...
  • Aitken, Emily (Ǧʷixsisəlas) (University of Victoria, 2017)
  • Reid, Stephen (Khâsha) (University of Victoria, 2015)
  • Foxcroft, Dawn (Taaʔisumqa) (2018-08-02)
    A constant decline of nuučaan̓uł fluent speakers indicates an urgency to develop effective tools to support adults to gain proficiency in the nuučaan̓uł language. The goals of this project were: to identify principles of ...
  • Elijah, Kahentéhtha Angela (2020-06-22)
    This paper addresses language loss and the effects of becoming silent speakers, people who understand a language but do not speak it. It is a topic that has been neglected and has created a gap in scholarly research. There ...
  • Gwa'amuuk, Cheyene (University of Victoria, 2017)
  • Underwood, G. David (PENÁĆ) (University of Victoria, 2017)
    This project explores the experiences of adults learning the Indigenous language of SENĆOŦEN, in the WSÁNEĆ (Saanich) language group. It looks at adult language acquisition experiences, and examines the theory and practice ...
  • Blaney, Gail (University of Victoria, 2010)
    This project is about bringing language back in to the home. Through intensive research on language learning, this project explores the idea of incorporating language immersion techniques within a group setting. In my ...
  • Dennis, Odelia (2020-06-22)
    The Tāłtān language is a language at risk of becoming a sleeping language. Although language revitalization efforts are helping to reclaim this language, more could be done to create speakers. As languages evolve to ...
  • Pascua, Maria Hita·ʔa·ʔoƛ (2020-06-22)
    The Makah Tribe in Neah Bay, Washington, began the Makah Language Program (MLP) in 1978 as Qʷi·qʷi·diččaq 'speaking Makah' (or the 'Makah language'), which is an endangered language. Most of the MLP efforts focus on ...
  • Rorick, Layla (čuucqa) (University of Victoria, 2016)
    Motivated by a desire to return a critically endangered Indigenous language to the land of its origin, the researcher, an adult second language learner and Hesquiaht woman delivered a four-day Hesquiaht place-based language ...
  • Jim, Jacqueline (University of Victoria, 2016)
    This reflexive masters project was an exploration of learning the first nations language SENĆOŦEN over the span of twenty-two years in formal classes, immersion, and more. The experience was shared from a teaching and ...

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