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About Our Book
Todd Ormiston, EdD.
Jacquie Green, PhD.
Kelly Aguire, PhD.
S’TENISTOLW is a SENĆOŦEN term referencing the concept of ‘moving forward’. This book highlights both the doing and being of Indigenous education. Authors share their knowledge on the themes of the most recent S’TENISTOLW Conference: Land-Based Learning; Supporting Learners; Indigenization; and Strengthening Alliances. Keynote addresses by renowned Indigenous scholars Gregory Cajete, Graham Hingangaroa Smith, Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Kathy Absolon are intertwined throughout the book.
6” x 9” Paperback
JCharlton Publishing Ltd.
pages: 166 | Price: $34.20
Elders/Old Ones May and Skip Sam
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Table of Contents
The Story of S’TENISTOLW “To Walk or Move Forward”
Todd Ormiston, Janice Simcoe, and Kelly Aguirre
PART I: INDIGENOUS PEDAGOGIES
LAND and COMMUNITY-BASED EDUCATION
Bringing into the Sunlight After a Great Eclipse: Indigenous Pathway to Knowledge and Community
QĆÁSET Culture Camp: Developing Pathways to Strengthen Spiritual Renewal within Post Secondary Educational Institutions
Naadli (Todd Ormiston) with Mookaasige (Richard Spearman)
SḰÁLs TŦE TEṈEW TŦE SḰÁȽTE (Our Language is the Voice of the Land): Land and Language-Based Learning and Teaching
Nicholas XEMŦOLTW Claxton and STOLȻEȽ John Elliott Sr.
SUPPORTING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT
Critical Indigenous Pedagogies that Support Being and Doing Indigeneity
Linda Tuhiwai Smith
Noosa – A Haisla Paradigm of Sacred Storying Practices for (Re) Searching Teachings shared by glasttowk askq Ray Green and bakk jus moojillth, Mary Green and written by Kundoqk, Jacquie Green
Approaching a Turn: Indigenous Access, Equity, and Belonging in Post- Secondary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Spaces
Sandy Marie Bonny
PART 2: RELATIONALITY AND LIVING OUR COLLECTIVE VALUES
Being and Doing: Teachings of the Land
The Practice of Goodness: An Ethical Approach to Indigenization Vancouver Island University
Being Human: Indigenization in Practice
Dianne Biin and Janice Simcoe
Transforming Practice from Discourse to Enactment: Show Me the Blisters on Your Hands
The Community is Our Classroom: A Story of Nurses Living and Learning with First Nations
Evelyn Voyageur and Joanna Fraser
Walking Together: Indigenous and Black Perspectives on Decolonizing Education
V.C. Rhonda Hackett, Amoaba Gooden, Billie Allan, and Devi Mucina
Moving Forward Closing Plenary Panel S’TENISTOLW
Elder, Alex Nelson
Contributing Authors / Editors
List of Figures