Director, Indigenous Teacher Education Program and Assistant Professor
Room: LMX 362
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 4082
Work E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keri Cheechoo (she/her), an Iskwew from the community of Long Lake #58 First Nation, is an emergent Cree scholar who situates her pedagogy through both a praxis of ethical relationality, and her Nisgaa methodological framework which is framed by protocol, mamatowisin, or engaging inner mindfulness, and reciprocity. A published poet, Dr. Cheechoo uses poetic inquiry (an arts-based methodology) in a good way that connects her spiritual aptitude for writing with educational research. Dr. Cheechoo seeks to share the missing histories, and the intergenerational and contemporary impacts of colonial violence on Indigenous women’s bodies, as a part of her commitment to the educational and reconciliation process toward Indigenizing school curricula.