Grand Erie’s Indigenous Education Team is pleased to present:
a virtual session with
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
from 6 – 8 p.m.
This is a virtual presentation through Microsoft Teams:
Click here for the Virtual Meeting.
Please contact IES@granderie.ca for more information.
From an Indigenous perspective, land-based learning goes beyond moving the indoor classroom lesson outside, or simply adding Indigenous content to an existing outdoor education program. True Indigenous land-based learning is rooted in the traditional knowledge of Indigenous Peoples acquired over a centuries-long relationship with the land.
About Pamela Toulouse
Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse is a Visiting Scholar in the Faculty of Education at York University. She is a proud Anishinaabe-Kwe and member of Sagamok First Nation in Northern Ontario. Dr. Pam (as she is more fondly known) is the recipient of the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance Teaching Excellence Award (2021); Inspiring Indigenous Women of Northeastern Ontario Award (2019); 3M National Teaching Excellence Fellow Award (2015); Laurentian University Full Time Faculty Teaching Excellence Award (2014) and the Laurentian University Professional Schools Teaching Excellence Award (2013). She is the author, researcher and developer of over 55 resources in Indigenous Education (books, chapters, articles, curriculum, webinars, others). Dr. Pam has 30 years of experience across the education continuum from K to 12, Post-Secondary and Administration.