Dr. Michèle Minor-Corriveau (she/her) is a speech-language pathologist and professor, specializing in written language. Michèle busts some myths about language! We talk code-switching, children ruining the language, and how to make classrooms more accessible to ALL kids, regardless of ability.
Check out the detailed Wet’suwet’en Supporter Toolkit 2020!
Why we do a land acknowledgement:
Land acknowledgments at Canadian universities and colleges Land acknowledgments in Ontario
A Guide to Land Acknowledgments by The Native Governance Centre
Indigenous Land Acknowledgements, Explained by Delilah Friedler (Teen Vogue)
Supporting Indigenous folks (General Resources)
An interactive map of territories, languages, and treaties (Native-Land.ca)
Beyond territorial acknowledgments
Indigenous Ally Toolkit
Creating an Accessible Classroom
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
10 Tips for Making your Classroom More Accessible
Classroom Accessibility for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
How Teachers Can Make Their Classrooms More Accessible for Students with Disabilities
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