A Bit About Me:

I am an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at Lakehead University where I teach courses at the undergraduate (BEd), masters and doctoral levels in Indigenous education, decolonizing (settler) teacher education, Land-based pedagogies, culturally responsive approaches, as well as digital and socio-technical issues in education, qualitative methodologies, and critical theories. I have researched and written on topics such as critical environmental education, decolonizing methodologies, Indigenous youth participatory action research, Indigenizing approaches to environmental education as Land education, and multimodal qualitative research methodologies such as photo/video-voice. My overarching goal in all that I do – teaching, research and service-- is to work with others to actively improve the Indigenous-non-Indigenous relationship as the core of Canadian society and to honour the treaties through education-as-reconciliation.