ŚW̱,ȻENEṈITEL: Doing Good Work Together

ŚW̱,ȻENEṈITEL: Doing Good Work Together is a follow up blended course to TELŦIN TŦE WILNEW: Understanding Indigenous Peoples.


ŚW̱,ȻENEṈITEL will explore how we can work together in good ways to incorporate Indigenous ways of knowing and being into our practice in post-secondary settings. Participants will deepen their understanding of decolonization, reconciliation, indigenization and Indigenous self-determination. Trauma-informed approaches, community engagement and place-based education in post-secondary environments will be explored.

The sessions will be facilitated, in-person sessions in the Multipurpose Room, Lansdowne Campus, You will also use Desire2Learn (D2L) to access resources, discussions, and homework activities.

The sessions occur over a period of 10 weeks. You should expect to commit 2-3 hours per week to complete the course.

Registration now open for winter 2022 sessions

Register for ŚW̱,ȻENEṈITEL: Doing Good Work Together

Library Learning Commons 151 (Lansdowne campus)
Tuesdays 2:00 – 4:00pm

January 18    Orientation
February 1     Decolonization & Self-determination
February 22   Place-based Education & Community Engagement
March 15       Trauma-informed Approaches
March 29       Reconciliation & Indigenization



Contact Ruth Lyall at or Natasha Parrish at