Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundles: An Overview and Instructor Panel Discussion

Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundles: An Overview and Instructor Panel Discussion

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Monday, August 16, 2021

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Add to calendar

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Host Organization: Teaching and Learning Services
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The Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundles are an online teaching resource that enable instructors to incorporate Indigenous ways of knowing into the classroom. Created and delivered by Indigenous experts, the Bundles provide a factual and theoretical basis to help instructors bridge the gap between their course content and topics relevant to Canadian and Indigenous peoples today.

This introductory session will provide participants with an overview of the Bundles as well as concrete strategies for how to effectively teach with a Bundle.

Session Agenda:

Introduction and Overview – Kahente Horn-Miller, Bundles Project Lead, Assistant Vice-President (Indigenous Initiatives)

Dr. Horn-Miller will describe the Bundle structure and the process for integrating one into your course and highlight the Indigenous philosophies and pedagogies that inform the creation and care of the Bundles at Carleton.

Instructor Panel

Four instructors who have taught with a Bundle will each briefly describe their experience and share their insights and recommendations for how best to integrate a Bundle into your class.


Alan Steele – Associate Professor, Department of Electronics
Beth Martin – Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
Deborah Landry – Contract Instructor, Sociology
Rebecca Merkley – Assistant Professor, Cognitive Science