New FREE Webinar: Indigenous Perspectives Through Art Across the Curriculum

I am excited to announce the third installment of the Kikinoo’amaagoowin Webinar Series: Indigenous Perspectives Through Art Across the Curriculum

Click here to join us for FREE on Thursday January 31st at 7pm EST OR sign up to receive the recording for free.


Are you looking for meaningful ways to bring Indigenous understandings of art into your teaching practice?  Are you interested in Indigenous art, but have questions and concerns about appropriation and how to avoid it? Are you looking for resources that can assist you in sharing these concepts with your students?

This month Becky Greenhow from School District 79 Cowichan on Vancouver Island will be sharing her experience with including Indigenous perspectives in classrooms through Coast Salish art. She will share concrete examples from an ongoing Pilot Project in Kindergarten all the way through to Grade 12, and across diverse subject areas like Science, Social Science, Writing, Math, and Fine Arts. She will also discuss ways to make this work accessible to students who hold a variety of skills and who experience different accessibility barriers. 

Becky Greenhow Bio:

Becky Greenhow is a guest in Coast Salish territory, who lives on the lands of the Malahat, learns on that of Cowichan Tribes, and works in view of the Halalt nation. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree and Graduate Diploma in Education from Simon Fraser University, and is currently employed in School District 79 Cowichan Valley as a Grade 5/6 classroom teacher.

For 19 years, she has been a highly motivated teacher, dedicated to create an inquiry-based environment for her students, to support them in their learning, and to encourage their strengths and passions. 

In collaboration with the Salish Weave Collection in Victoria and a small team of educators in the Cowichan Valley, Becky is currently working on a pilot project aimed at developing resources to enable teachers to integrate Indigenous perspectives across the curricula and at all grade levels through the use of contemporary Coast Salish works of art.