"Sometimes it's like a heavy sledge" - Science, Two-Eyed Seeing, Co-Learning, and Cultural Humility

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Dr. Cheryl Bartlett has worked closely with Mi'kmaq Elders Albert and Murdena Marshall of Eskasoni First Nation to create the integrative scence program and to ensure that all efforts were guided by the principle of "Two-Eyed Seeing" (to see the best in both worldviews and learn to use these strengths together). Their concept has been picked up across the nation and is critical fo moving forward in this time of reconciliation.

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Michelle Hogue | michelle.hogue@uleth.ca | (403) 329-2088

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