Land & Place-based Learning: A Dialogue and Workshop Series
Why learn about land and place? What does the land teach us? How might this be relevant to you, your discipline and your students? What does it mean that our campuses are located on the ancestral unceded territories of the Lil’wat, Musqueam, Sechelt (shíshálh), Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations?
Join one or more of our upcoming dialogues and workshops on land and place as it relates to our teaching and learning at CapU:
- March 2: 10am – noon: Land as Teacher with Bonnie Van Hatten (Morgan) Secwepemc from St’uxwtews First Nation
- March 6: Dr. Lyn Baldwin: Spring into Land & Place-based learning – read more and register
- March (date to be confirmed) Everything Cedar with Carman McKay, Musqueam/Stó:lō artist.
- March 30 (time to be confirmed): Dr. Carrie Nolan, Dean of Strategic Initiatives, Coast Mountain College: Experiential Place-based Learning