Indigenous Adult Educator

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Emotions in Reflective Practice

Boud, Keogh, and Walker’s (1985) model of reflection invites a view of reflective practice that is grounded in our emotions. I’ve taken this model as a beginning format in order to enable myself to reflect back on the work that… Continue Reading →

A Critical Academic Reflection on Advanced Ed Tech

Educational Technology can be a difficult term to define. In my classes presentations many examples of Ed Tech were explored and commented on by the presenting group. Many of the Ed Tech examples that were used to illustrate the wide… Continue Reading →

Leadership De-Constructed

I work as the director of a Skills Division in a non-profit that delivers tech sector knowledge to Indigenous Peoples throughout British Columbia. The First Nations Technology Council exists to help First Nations in the province to build technical knowledge… Continue Reading →

Bruce Buffalo’s on the Rooftop

I’m a First Nations person and a technology instructor, and I work in First Nations technology skills development. I made a conscious choice to work within this field, and I admire other First Nations people who also work toward closing… Continue Reading →

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