SFU's Faculty of Education Place and Nature-Based Experiential Learning GDE at X̱wáýx̱way (Stanley Park) with Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) Knowledge Holders.
OFFICE OF INDIGENOUS EDUCATION
The Faculty of Education is committed to collaborative work with diverse Indigenous communities and organizations as well as with individual students and educators in a range of rural and urban locations. Our Indigenous focus is inclusive of Indigenous peoples in Canada (First Nations, Métis, Inuit) as well as Indigenous peoples from other countries.
Our vision emphasizes:
INDIGENOUS LEARNING AND RECONCILIATION EDUCATION
Indigenous Programs & Courses
The Faculty of Education offers a diverse range of Indigenous programs and courses that welcome students from across the university. We invite you to explore with us.
Resources for Indigenous Students
From on-campus resources, listening and guidance, to funding and financial support, we’re here to help you on your educational journey. We welcome all and make room for everyone.
Indigenous Education & Research
Our community engaged research strategy is built on asking the question "how is the community better because of our work?" Each of our Indigenous education researchers focuses on areas related to Indigenous knowledge, culture and language, asking questions and finding solutions for the betterment of society.
TEA WITH AUNTIES AND UNCLES
INDIGENOUS EDUCATION AND RECONCILIATION COUNCIL (IERC)
The Indigenous Education and Reconciliation Council provides guidance and recommendations on matters relating to Indigenous activities and goals within the Faculty of Education to ensure congruence and support the collective vision.