Reconsidering Teacher Education Seminar Series - (Un)Becoming Teacher of School-based Indigenous Education: Early Career Teachers, Teacher Identity, and Indigenous Education Across Institutions, presented by Dr. Brooke Madden

Tuesday, May 16, 2017  12:30 to 2:00 pm

Room 633, Education South

 

This presentation explored the experiences of Indigenous and ally early career teachers who completed university coursework and/or professional development on the topic of Indigenous education.  

 

Brooke Maddens' maternal ancestry is Wyandot/Iroquois, French, and German, and her paternal ancestry is Mi'kmaq, Irish, and English.  She currently works as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Educational Policy Studies, Faculty of 

Education, University of Alberta.  Brooke's current research focuses on the relationship between teacher identity and teacher education on the topics of Aboriginal education and truth and reconciliation education.

 

Please click on the above title to access the transcript of Brooke's seminar.