Peer Reviewed Conference Presentations

Davidson, S. F. (May, 2020). Sk’ad’a stories: Intergenerational storytelling to entertain, educate, and heal. Presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, London, ON. (Conference cancelled)

Lyle, E., Corckett, J., Davidson, S. F., Downey, A., Burkholder, C., Kulneiks, A, Young, K., Sinner, A., Saad, R., & Weibe, S. (June, 2019). Negotiated selves: Untangling teacher identity with the help of reflexive inquiry. Symposium-Panel presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Vancouver, BC.

Davidson, S. F., Norton, B., van ‘T Hooft, A., Bridge, C., & Doherty, L. (June, 2019). Indigenous Storybooks & Transnational research in a digital age. Symposium-Panel presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Vancouver, BC.

Davidson, S. F. (May, 2018). Potlatch as pedagogy: The role of history, protocol, and contribution in education and the redistribution of knowledge. Presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Regina, SK.

Davidson, S. F. (May, 2018). Holistic engagement with story: Respectful inclusion of traditional Indigenous stories in the K-12 Classroom. Poster presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Regina, SK.

Davidson, S. F. (October, 2017). English 10 First Peoples: Reflecting on one school’s journey with mandating Indigenous content. Presentation at BCTELA Professional Development Conference, Kelowna, BC.

Davidson, S. F. & Cail, A. (October, 2017). Creating a place: A writing workshop for teachers. Presentation at BCTELA Professional Development Conference, Kelowna, BC.

Chrona, J., Davidson, S. F., Hargreaves, A., Inden, K., King, J., Marshall-Peer, D., Prince, C. N., Schnellert, L., & Taylor, T. (October, 2017). All we are is story: A tribute to Richard Wagamese. Presentation at BCTELA Professional Development Conference, Kelowna, BC.

Davidson, S. F. (July, 2017). Building community and connecting to place in online environments. Presentation at Technology Enhanced Classroom (TEC) Expo, UBC, Vancouver, BC.

Davidson, S. F. (May, 2017). English 10 First Peoples: One school’s journey with mandating Indigenous content. Presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Toronto, ON.

Davidson, S. F. (May, 2017). The Dogfish Mother Methodology: Using Indigenous methodologies and metaphor to strengthen educational research. Poster presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Toronto, ON.

Bridge, C., & Davidson, S. F. (May, 2017). Exploring themes of reconciliation through Indigenous Art. Presentation at Investigating Our Practices, Vancouver, BC.

Davidson, S. F. (November, 2016). Make your mind strong: Localizing Indigenous frameworks for learning. Presentation at Indspire National Gathering of Indigenous Education, Toronto, ON.

Davidson, S. F. (October, 2016). First Peoples Principles of Learning: Exploring ways to localize and apply Indigenous pedagogical practices in the Language Arts classroom. Presentation at BCTELA Provincial Professional Development Conference, Greater Victoria, BC.

Davidson, S. F. (May, 2016). Following the song of q’aad ‘aaw (the Dogfish Mother): Explorations of the role of identity and narratives in the lives of adolescents. Presentation at Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Calgary, AB.

Davidson, S. F. (March, 2016). Make your mind strong: My father’s insights into academic success. Presentation at the Indigenous Graduate Student Symposium, Vancouver, BC.

Davidson, S. F. & Cail, A. (October, 2015). Creating a place: A writing workshop for teachers. Presentation at BCTELA Professional Development Conference, Richmond, BC.

Davidson, S. F. (February, 2015). Responding aesthetically: The use of artistic expression and dialogical reflection to transform adversity. Presentation at Provoking Curriculum Studies, Vancouver, BC.

Davidson, S. F. (2011). Supporting adolescents who struggle with literacy. Presentation at Yukon Teachers’ Association Conference: What do we stand for in the 21st Century?, Whitehorse, YT

van Uchelen, C. & Davidson, S. (1997). Holistic, empowering, and culturally sensitive responses to First Nations generational trauma. Presentation at the Voices From Each Generation: Healing the Effects of Generational Trauma conference, Vancouver, BC.

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