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Think Indigenous is presented in partnership with the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan, ITEP (Indian Teacher Education Program) and Indian & Cowboy. Each episode of the show features an educator, speaker or teacher presenting their ideas and best practices in Indigenous education.

Think Indigenous is recorded LIVE at the Think Indigenous conference in Saskatoon, SK during our “Ted Talk” inspired keynote day. We program a full day of 20 minute keynotes that present on diverse areas of Indigenous Education. Think Indigenous has brought thousands of educators together yearly to share, learn, build and change Indigenous Education forever to hear our talks.

The four day conference features keynotes, cultural event programming, a gala, breakout sessions and sharing roundtables that support educators, principals, boards of education, parents & many others better understand and articulate the challenges in contemporary classrooms today.  

SAVE THE DATE: Think Indigenous 2018 is March 14-16, 2018!


LISTEN TO THE THINK INDIGENOUS PODCAST

Today, we’re (re)-releasing all 36 of our Think Indigenous keynotes. As with all of our podcasts, Think Indigenous will be available on iTunes, Radio Public, Soundcloud, Google Play and wherever else you listen to your podcasts.

LISTEN: 2015, 2016, 2017.

SUBSCRIBE: iTunesGoogle Play, Radio Public


 

ABOUT THE THINK INDIGENOUS CONFERENCE

Inspiring, informative and provocative, the Think Indigenous Education Conference (TIEC) will offer educators from all backgrounds the opportunity to work together in the enhancement of Indigenous Knowledges & Reconciliation.

Our formal theme, “Inspiring change through Indigenous knowledges & reconciliation” is at the heart of the Indian Teacher Education Program and the College of Education. Through the beauty of education we hope to inspire educators to incorporate Indigenous Knowledges into the everyday practices of teaching.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CONFERENCE HERE!


ABOUT ITEP (INDIAN TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM)

The Indian Teacher Education Program has been a major contributor to the field of Education in Canada for over 40 years.  We operate under the mandate of Indian Control of Indian Education, fostering the spirit of creating culturally relevant teachers who promote excellence in education.  Building on the strength of Indigenous knowledge, ITEP is made stronger through the pride in our culture, language and traditions.  On behalf of the 2000 ITEP Alumni We welcome you to Think Indigenous Education Conference 2017.


 




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