Two-Eyed Seeing: A Different Vision for Teaching Aboriginal Learners Science and Mathematics
Event Location: U of L Dr. Foster James Penny Building, PB210
Join U of L chemistry & biochemistry professor Dr. Michelle Hogue as she explores:
Two-Eyed Seeing: A Different Vision for Teaching Aboriginal Learners Science and Mathematics.
March 19, 2015 | 7 – 9 p.m.
U of L Dr. Foster James Penny Building, PB210
324 5 Street S, Lethbridge
This event is free. Everyone is welcome, and there is no need to RSVP. Seating is limited, however, so arrive early!
Appetizers (LA Chefs) and a host bar will be available.
What if we put the textbook down for a while, got off our butts and approached teaching in a different way? What if we “do it first” and “talk about it later”? This talk explores unique, creative methodological approaches to teaching FN students science and mathematics; methodologies that work as well for 21st Century Learners.
After the Talk
As a researcher, Dr. Michelle Hogue explores how Aboriginal students learn best and what teachers can do to blend Aboriginal and Western ways of knowing. Read more about Dr. Hogue's research on the UNews website.