Roundtable: INCORPORATING INDIGENOUS AND WISE PRACTICES
About the Roundtable
The TFEL project held a virtual roundtable on Incorporating Indigenous and Wise Practices in field education. The facilitators shared key findings from the research. The dialogue focused on these wise practices:
Practice 1: Incorporating Indigenous cultural practices and involving Elders in social work field education.
Practice 2: Creating new ways of approaching learning agreements.
Practice 3: Being creative, flexible, and open minded about definitions of key terms, such as clinical practice, that are more appropriate to apply in all contexts
Practice 4: Focusing on initiatives towards decolonizing and Indigenizing social work field practica.
Date: September 29, 2022
Facilitators: Natalie Clark (TFEL Co-Investigator, Thompson Rivers University), Julie Mann-Johnson (TFEL Collaborator, University of Calgary), Missa Mvuezolo (TFEL practicum student, University of Calgary), Saleema Salim (TFEL Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Calgary), Elizabeth Tettman (TFEL student research assistant, University of Toronto), Nchedo Udobata (TFEL practicum student, University of Calgary).