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Dr. Angelina Weenie

Associate Professor
Indigenous Education
Phone:
306.790.5950 ext. 3255
Email:
aweenie@firstnationsuniversity.ca

Credentials:   

  • PhD University of Regina 
  • M.ED University of Saskatchewan  
  • B.ED University of Saskatchewan  
  • B.A. University of Saskatchewan  

Research Interests:   

  • First Nations pedagogy
  • Language and literacy development
  • Qualitative research
  • Self-study Indigenous research methodologies
  • Resiliency Expertise: Language and cultural knowledge
  • Indigenous pedagogy
  • Indigenous research methodologies
  • Cree language keeper  

Courses Taught:  

  • EPS 116: Communication Skills  
  • EPS 100: Introduction To Education: Its Principles and Practices  
  • EPS 215: Educational Professional Studies I (Elementary)  
  • EPS 225: Educational Professional Studies II (Elementary)  
  • EPS 200: Educational Professional Studies I (Secondary)  
  • EPS 350: Educational Professional Studies II (Secondary)  
  • ELNG 205: Language and Literacy Development  
  • EIND 205: History of Indigenous Education  
  • ERDG 215: The Teaching Of Reading  
  • ELNG 325: The Teaching of Writing 
  • ESST 215: Social Studies For Elementary School Teachers  
  • EIND 305: Adaptation to Curriculum and Instruction  
  • CREE 100: Introduction To Cree  
  • EIOE 215: First Nations Outdoor Education I (Elementary)  
  • EIOE 225: First Nations Outdoor Education II (Elementary)  
  • EFLD 051: First Nations Outdoor Education (Secondary)  
  • EINL 200: Culture and the Acquisition of Language and Literacy  
  • EINL 335: Community Based First Nations Language Curriculum Development  
  • EINL 450: Indian Language Immersion  
  • ED 870 AU/AV: Integration of Indigenous Perspectives in Curriculum  
  • EIND 405: Foundations of Indigenous Knowledge  
  • ECCU 400: Teaching Treaties In The Classroom  
  • EC&I 823: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy  
  • ED 870AE: Trends and Issues in Aboriginal Adult Education. 
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