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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