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Chanie Wenjack School

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for Indigenous Studies

Chanie Wenjack School

Graduate Teaching Assistant Opportunities 2017-18

GTA # Course # and Title Professor Duties

INDG-001-A and

INDG-001-B

A INDG1001h-FALL - Foundations of Indigenous Studies

B INDG1002h-WINTER- Critical Incidents in Indigenous Life

David Newhouse

Attendance at weekly lecture, seminar preparation and leading, attendance at exam, assignment and exam grading
INDG-002 IESS 1001H- Foundations of Indigenous Environmental Studies

Dan Longboat

Attendance at weekly class, working with LTA, FPHL and INDG programs to create a transitions style experience for new FOIL Diploma students, Nozhem collaboration for engaging student support, grading weekly reflection papers, attending class, providing feedback to students and LTA.

INDG-003 –A and

INDG-003- B 

INDG1011H – FALL- Foundations of Indigenous Learning Diploma Program

INDG 1012H – Winter –

Foundations of Indigenous Learning Diploma Program

LTA TBA Attendance at weekly class, working with LTA, FPHL and INDG programs to create a transitions style experience for new FOIL Diploma students, Nozhem collaboration for engaging student support, grading weekly reflection papers, attending class, providing feedback to students and LTA. 
INDG-004 INDG2100Y Foundations of Indigenous Knowledge Skahendowaneh Swamp Attendance at weekly class, assignment grading, facilitating blackboard with faculty member, responding to student inquiries.
INDG-005 INDG2110Y Introduction to Indigenous Theatre Joeann Argue Attendance at weekly class, theatre preparation,  assignment grading.
INDG-006 INDG2305Y Colonial Encounters Paula Sherman Web Based seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading; suitable for students who hold a GTA but who do not plan to be on campus regularly. 
INDG-007 INDG2250Y Mohawk Language Skahendowaneh Swamp Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading; knowledge of the culture/ language an asset, but not essential. 
INDG-008 INDG-ERST 2601Y Introduction to Indigenous Environmental Studies

Dan Longboat

Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading
INDG-009

INDG 2800Y

Foundations of Nishnaabemowin Language

Liz Osawamick Attendance at weekly class, grading assignments, posting to Blackboard, some other duties from time to time.
INDG–10 INDG 3813Y Indigenous Research Methods  Lynne Davis Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, blackboard support, assignment grading

INDG-011-A and

INDG-011-B

A - INDG 3852H FALL l- Harvesting Anishnaabemowin

B - INDG 3853H WINTER – Stories and Winter Tales 

Shirley Williams Attendance at 4 weekend classes, Saturday & Sunday, 1 per month.  seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading
INDG-012 INDG 3500Y Indigenous Women

Michelle Lacombe

Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading, participate in the collaborative organizing of the Indigenous Women’s Symposium with Paula Sherman’s INDG Women’s Symposium Practicum class. 
INDG-013 INDG3634H - WINTER Introduction to Indigenous Food Systems Dan Longboat Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading
INDG-014 INDG 3860Y –A Indigenous Womens Symposium  Paula Sherman  Prepare for and attend regular planning meetings with students. Lead seminars, review and allocate assignments and grading
INDG-015 INDG 4201H – Fall – Indigenous Nation Building David Newhouse  Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading
INDG -016 INDG 4100Y – Indigenous Knowledge Skahendowaneh Swamp Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading
INDG -017 INDG 4205Y Indigenous Women and Settler History Paula Sherman Web Based seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading; suitable for students with GTA who do not plan to be on campus regularly. 
INDG- 018 INDG 3040H – FALL The Meaning of Work in the Contemporary World Lindy Garneau Attendance at weekly class, working with LTA Performance, FPHL and INDG academic programs to create a transitions style experience for FOIL Diploma students who are completing their diplomas and degrees; including Nozhem collaboration for engaging student support, grading weekly reflection papers, attending class, providing feedback to students and LTA.
INDG-019 INDG 3050Y Indigenous and International Community Development  Lynne Davis Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading

INDG-020- A and

INDG-020- B

A INDG 3202H- FALL , Indigenous Peoples in Urban settings;

B INDG 3201H – Winter

Indigenous People, City as Home

Don McCaskill Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading
INDG-021

INDG 4730Y, Sustainable Indigenous Communities

Dan Longboat Attendance at weekly class, seminar preparation and leading, assignment grading
INDG – 022 INDG 4740Y, Critical Investigations in Indigenous Peoples’ Health and the Environment Chris Furgal  Attendance at scheduled classes, assignment grading, support for student’s independent research papers.

INDG – 023 –A and

INDG – 023 – B

A – INDG 4050H Fall – Alliances for Justice;

B – INDG 4051H Winter – Transforming Settler Consciousness

Lynne Davis Attendance at weekly classes, preparing for seminars, leading seminars from time to time, grading assignments and assisting students with their work. 
FPHL - 1  First Peoples House of Learning Cultural Activities Assistant Dawn Lavelle-Harvard The successful TA will assist the First Peoples House of Learning Cultural Advisor and Counsellor in the delivery of the traditional teaching program including assisting weekly teaching sessions, assisting visiting Elders and traditional teachers. And other related tasks.