Think Indigenous is a podcast that highlights its yearly conference keynotes & "Red Talk" presentations sharing best practices, innovation and delivery models of Indigenous education.
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Think Indigenous - Harold Johnson In this episode of Think Indigenous, we hear from writer, lawyer and asskicker, Harold Johnson. He presents his thoughts and researchers on the effects of drugs and alcohol on our children and why we should be working hard to keep our communities safe from the effects of drugs and alcohol.
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Think Indigenous - Andrea Landry In this episode of Think Indigenous, we feature the story of Anishinaabe scholar, Andrea Landry, as she shares her personal story on her connection to the teachings of her mother, what she learned when her mother passed away, and what she's learning now that she has become a mother.
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Think Indigenous - Maria Linklater In this episode of Think Indigenous, we hear the story of Elder Maria Linklater, an incredible woman that has raised over 350 foster children, many of whom were on the Fetal Alcohol Disorder Spectrum. This is an incredible expression of love, courage and community.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Max Fineday 03/15/2018
Think Indigenous - Max Fineday In this episode of Think Indigenous, Max Fineday, a young Cree leader, breaks down his thoughts on the intersection between reconciliation and education and whether a pathway forward can be created mutually! A dynamic and fast paced presentation, this is an essential episode of the podcast.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Simon Bird 03/15/2018
Think Indigenous - Simon Bird In this episode of Think Indigenous, language warrior, Simon Bird, shares the beautiful gift of his language to frame a powerful conversation on learning, knowledge transfer and the potential of Indigenous languages in learning.
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Think Indigenous - Ryan McMahon In this episode of Think Indigenous, Anishinaabe comedian and writer, Ryan McMahon, argues for the education system to embrace technology and Indigenous storytelling rather than stigmatize those young people that use technology.
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Think Indigenous - Dr. Cindy Blackstock In this episode of Think Indigenous we present the Think Indigenous 2016 closing keynote delivered by Dr. Cindy Blackstock. In it, Dr. Blackstock touches on the importance of rebuilding family in the face of successive Canadian governments fighting her organization through many court cases and human rights tribunals.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Curtis Jo Miller 03/15/2018
Think Indigenous - Curtis Jo Miller In this episode of the podcast we hear one of our most personal stories to date - a story of a troubled young man that many teachers gave up on that transformed his life to be a leader and role model in his community. This is the story of Curtis Jo Miller, a must listen episode of the podcast!
info_outline Think Indigenous - Sharon Venne 03/15/2018
Think Indigenous - Sharon Venne In this episode of the Think Indigenous podcast, one of the world's foremost leaders in Indigenous Rights breaks down the Treaty right to education and why successive Canadian governments have failed to deliver quality education to Indigenous learners.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Genevieve Killulark 10/15/2017
Think Indigenous - Genevieve Killulark In this episode of Think Indigenous we hear from a brilliant young scholar from Bake Lake, Nunavut, Genevieve Killulark. She reminds us that there are many ways to learn - experiential learning and land based knowledge being a cornerstone to life in the North.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Dallas Pelly 10/15/2017
Think Indigenous - Dallas Pelly In this episode of Think Indigenous, Dallas Pelly gives us insight to connecting food, land based knowledge and traditional knowledge systems to the classroom in an inspiring and uplifting message of hope and change!
info_outline Think Indigenous - Kimberly Knight 10/15/2017
Think Indigenous - Kimberly Knight In this episode of Think Indigenous, Kimberly Knight makes a strong call for healing and wellness efforts inside the classroom and the importance of not shying away from understanding what families and communities are going through and how that affects the classroom.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Kathy Bird 10/15/2017
Think Indigenous - Kathy Bird In this episode of Think Indigenous, Kathy Bird brings us a beautiful reflection on the importance of land based knowledge and asks how we can bring Indigenous Youth to the land to embrace the curriculum that awaits us all in our territories.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Pam Palmater 10/14/2017
Think Indigenous - Pam Palmater In this extended episode of Think Indigenous, Pam Palmater breaks down the way education has been used against Indigenous peoples, why the Treaty Right to Education is so important, and what can be done legislatively to improve the education system in Canada.
info_outline Think Indigenous - Michael Linklater 10/14/2017
Think Indigenous - Michael Linklater In this episode of Think Indigenous, professional basketball star Michael Linklater, shares how athletics, mentorship and committing to excellence has given him an opportunity to travel the world doing what he loves!
info_outline Think Indigenous - Andrea Bear & Laryn Oakes 10/14/2017
Think Indigenous - Andrea Bear & Laryn Oakes In this episode of Think Indigenous we hear from two of Canada's most exciting up and coming leaders, Andre Bear and Laryn Oakes, as they talk about their educational journey inside the ITEP program at the University of Saskatchewan.