Sustaining Spaces: Decolonizing and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies for Refuge-ed Students

This workshop offers a way to explore ideas of decolonizing and culturally sustaining pedagogies when working with students who have experiences with forced displacement. Through a lens of critical refugee studies and decolonizing schooling, this workshop explores the current definitions and practices related to refugees, culture, and resettlement in K-12 schools.

Target Audience

K-12

Sessions

11:45 AM - 1:15 PM
Room E202
Sullivan Heights Secondary School

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Presenter

  • Kwantlen Park Secondary School
    Amrit Cojocaru

    Hello! I am a PhD Candidate at SFU in Equity Studies in the Faculty of Education. I am also an LST teacher in the district. Prior to working as an LST teacher, I worked as a Faculty Associate and Sessional Instructor at SFU and UBC. My research interests focus on equity and inclusion of students with forced displacement experiences into K-12 schooling systems through decolonizing and culturally sustaining pedagogies and teacher education. My scholarship intersects critical theory, critical refugee studies and decolonial theory.