“Two Eyed Seeing”: Integrating Indigenous and Western ‘knowing’ in environmental studies


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LINCDIRE Team
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As informed citizens of your country, you have been asked by ___X____ university or college to help plan a unique and ground-breaking 12-week intensive study abroad course for 2nd or 3rd year environmental biology students. This course is inspired (in part) by the writings and knowledge of environmental biologist Robin Wall Kimmerer.  The course you develop will have students visit three countries outside of Canada to learn from various sources about the local climate, biology and environmental practices. As this program is still in its planning stages, it is important that your course attracts a good number of students so that the program can continue. Your work will be presented and discussed at a curriculum developers meeting and, if successful, could lead to a collaboration with Wall Kimmerer.

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Step 2: Discussing findings

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In your groups, you will share and discuss each member’s findings for possible locations for your program. One member will record the reasons that led to the decision to include […]

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