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Browsing MEd Projects (Indigenous Education) by Title

Browsing MEd Projects (Indigenous Education) by Title

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  • Child, Sara (2018-10-11)
    Over the last four decades, I have witnessed and been involved in a cultural resurgence led by families, artists, scholars, educators, individuals and extended families from our Kwakwaka̱ ’waḵw communities. These individuals ...
  • Everson, Keisha (2021-01-04)
    "This project outlines the process of researching about and composing four songs in the Kwakwa̱ ka̱ ’wakw song format for the purposes of Kwak̕wala language revitalization. The Kwakwa̱ ka̱ ’wakw are an Indigenous people ...
  • Kell, Sarah (2019-10-01)
    This paper describes a collaborative project to develop six lessons for teaching selected grammatical patterns of Hul'q'umi'num' (Coast Salish) to Junior Kindergarten immersion students using experiential teaching methods. ...
  • Kell, Sarah M. (2020-06-22)
    This paper describes a collaborative project to develop six lessons for teaching selected grammatical patterns of Hul'q'umi'num' (Coast Salish) to Junior Kindergarten immersion students using experiential teaching methods. ...
  • Brant, Joe (Thohtharátye) (University of Victoria, 2016)
    Thohtharátye (Joe Brant) shares auto-ethnographic reflections that exemplify what it takes to create and maintain a Kanyen’kéha (Mohawk Language) speaking home. As adult second language learners of Kanyenkéha, the author ...
  • Hemlock, Kanen’tó:kon (2021-01-04)
    The body of research has helped to create a newly adapted Mentor-Apprentice Program (MAP) Handbook, for The Haudenosaunee Mentor-Apprentice Language and Leadership Development Program (HMALLDP), which is focused on raising ...
  • Tutcho, Laura (University of Victoria, 2016)
    My project is about how ets’ulah (Dene love song) can contribute to the revitalization of Sahtúgot’ı̨ nę language. The Sahtúgot’ı̨ nę language is spoken in the community of Délı̨ ne, Northwest Territories. My research ...
  • Billy, Janice E. (2015)
    This study investigates the potential of using Secwepemc traditional stories to develop Secwepemc language teaching and learning skills while incorporating the teaching of Secwepemc history and values with immersion students. ...
  • 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)

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