Northern Lights – Reflections on Teaching Conference (Day 1)
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Tuesday October 26th and Wednesday October 27th, 2021 (10am – 2pm)
Join us for the inaugural Northern Lights – Reflections on Teaching Conference
Theme: Reflect, Collaborate, Innovate
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse
Cost to Attend: Free!
Join the Conversation: #NLRTC2021
Inviting faculty and staff from fellow northern college partners to attend: Collège Boréal, Canadore College, Northern College, Confederation College, Sault College, and Georgian College.
The Northern Lights – Reflections on Teaching Conference is a two-day virtual conference that brings together college faculty and staff across northern Ontario to discuss, reflect, collaborate, partner, and innovate their teaching and learning practices. Your experiences working in northern, rural, and remote communities with a diversity of students and cultures is what makes post-secondary education in northern Ontario so valuable.
We hope that by inviting you to reflect, collaborate, and innovate, we will all benefit from the rich experiences of fellow educators and students. Our goal is that you will leave this conference inspired to engage in reflective practice, form collaborations with northern colleagues, and think about ways to innovate and challenge your own teaching and learning practices. By thinking critically and discussing ideas, successes, challenges, and opportunities with others, we will all benefit from personal and professional growth, which will greatly benefit the students we support.
Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse is a proud Anishinaabe-Kwe from Sagamok First Nation. Dr. Pam (as she is more fondly known) has 28 years of experience across the education continuum and has researched/written over 55 resources in Indigenous education and equitable pedagogy. She is currently a Visiting Scholar in the Faculty of Education at York University. Dr. Pam is the recipient of several awards that do include the: Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance Teaching Excellence Award (2021); Inspiring Indigenous Women of Northeastern Ontario Award (2019); 3M National Teaching Excellence Fellow Award (2015); Laurentian University Full Time Faculty Teaching Excellence Award (2014) and the Laurentian University Professional Schools Teaching Excellence Award (2013).