Six Nations Polytechnic and TAP Resources are happy to announce that we have had nearly 1000 abstract submissions from around the world. At WIPCE you can expect to see presentations from Indigenous peoples of Australia, South Africa, Hawaii, Norway, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Mexico, Taiwan, Indonesia, and many more countries! We are overwhelmed with excitement to host these inspiring scholars in Toronto next year.
· Philanthropy & Investment
· Visual, Performing, Literary and Media Arts
· Teaching Indigenous Histories
· Indigenous Nationhood & Sustainability
Other related topics will include reconciliation, gender violence, language revitalization strategies, land-based approaches to learning, intergenerational trauma, literacy, social work, holistic healing and well-being, mental health, Indigenous student services, social determinants of health, economics, Indigenous research, social mobility, information technologies, and much more.
Registered WIPCE delegates will be able to select which presentations they would like to attend based on full workshop descriptions.
Workshop descriptions will become available for viewing in late April 2017.
· Language & Culture
· Lifelong Learning
· Partnerships in Education
· Public Education for Reconciliation
· Indigenous Knowledge & Ways of Knowing
· Indigenous Pedagogy
· Innovations in Indigenous Education
· Justice & Equity
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High level presentation topics include:
· Culturally Responsive Education
· Child Welfare
· Health & Wellness