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|Transforming Graduate Studies through Decolonization: Sharing the Learning Journey of a Specialized Cohort|
McGill Journal of Education, Vol. 53, No. 2, Spring, 2018, pp. 233-253.
Study traces the learning experiences of primarily non-Indigenous educators who created an Indigenous-focused Master of Education program to challenge the legacy of colonization in schools and who have worked to decolonize their practice through their participation in a graduate studies; asserts that decolonizing education means valuing Indigenous people, languages, and land, and building inter-cultural understanding.