Section 3: Leloo (Wolf)

Summary

Leadership plays an important role in Indigenization, providing a sense of the responsibility to engage respectfully with Indigenous Peoples and communities. Understanding the diverse nature of Indigenous Peoples and governing structures provides opportunities to work together in delivering much-needed educational services to Indigenous Peoples and communities.

Activities

Activity 1: Ways to build community partnerships

Time: 1 – 2 hours

Type: Individual, Group

  1. How are community partnerships fostered at your institution?
  2. Review the Post-Secondary Education Partnership Agreement Toolkit [PDF].[1] What can you do to ensure that Indigenous perspectives are an integral component of the institutional fabric?

Activity 2: Taking responsibility

Time: Ongoing

Type: Individual

Take a moment to write down:

  1. What your responsibility is in maintaining or creating Indigenous partnerships in your institution?
  2. How are you going to achieve this?
  3. How are you going to paddle together?
  4. What will your contributions be?

  1. Post-Secondary Education Partnership Agreement Toolkit: http://iahla.ca/wp-content/uploads/IAHLA-Toolkit-Dec-2011.pdf

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Pulling Together: A Guide for Leaders and Administrators by Sybil Harrison, Janice Simcoe, Dawn Smith, and Jennifer Stein is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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