Brown Bag: Intercultural Ecology and Faculty Development
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19TH AT 11:30 - 12:30 ILC 103A (OIA Conference room)
A po-ethical dwelling on the land and multimodal online storytelling as research praxis.
Join Mascha Gemein and Visiting Research Scholar and Faculty Developer Julie Vaudrin-Charette for a conversation on weaving pedagogical alliances.
Julie’s research focuses on language and ecology as a way into inclusive excellence. Using art-based and plurilingual approaches, online and on the land, Julie’s work engages college teachers in personal and collective reflexions on their practices. Her focus on intercultural intersections and indigenous pedagogies contributes to developing inclusive educational practices in a context of reconciliation.
Julie is a Ph.D. Student, Societies, Cultures and Literacies, University of Ottawa, firstname.lastname@example.org. She works as a Faculty developer at Cegep de l’Outaouais, in Gatineau, Quebec. Her research stay has been made possible with funding from SSHRC and University of Ottawa.