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Friday, February 25 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Featured Session with Patricia Makokis, EdD

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Patricia Makokis is married to Eugene Makokis and mother to adult children Janice and James, and kokum (grandma) to Atayoh Kan Asiniy (Spirit Rock). The Makokis’ reside on the Saddle Lake Cree Nation. Pat has been a classroom teacher, a Vice Principal, a Principal, and the Director of Indigenous Programs in the Faculty of Extension at the University of Alberta. Pat is the Executive Producer of Treaty Talk: Sharing the River of Life, an educational teaching tool about treaties. Pat has taught adults at the bachelor, master and doctorate level for 20 years with expertise in the areas of curriculum development and teacher education. She prides herself on being a servant leader and acknowledges the many Elders she has learned from. Foundational to her work is the positioning of Indigenous Knowledge alongside Western Knowledge and her work in building ally relationships.

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Dr. Patricia Makokis

Patricia Makokis, EdD, is married to Eugene Makokis and mother to adult children Janice and James, and kokum (grandma) to Atayoh Kan Asiniy (Spirit Rock). The Makokis family resides on the Saddle Lake Cree Nation. Pat has been a classroom teacher, a Vice Principal, a Principal, and... Read More →

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Friday February 25, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am MST
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