Story-Telling & The Land in Maker-Pedagogy & The Arts

This session will explore story-telling in maker-pedagogy and the arts. We will look at tools and practices for honouring our own stories and the stories of our students, finding resonance in/with the land and place, and the importance of adult-led vulnerability in this work.

Target Audience

Teachers/Educators working in the arts, on the land, or specifically in maker-pedagogy (best for teachers grades 6-12)

To Bring/Important Notes

1. Pen & Paper

2. An object from nature that can fit in your hand (ex. rock, leaf, etc)

3. Your openness to self-reflection


1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

This session is full.


  • Calder Cheverie

    Calder Cheverie is an independent media artist and inter-arts practitioner with a focus on filmmaking and acoustic ecologies, A/R/Tographical inquiry and maker-pedagogy within lands-based education. He is a graduate of the Indigenous Education: Education for Reconciliation Graduate Diploma program and holds a Masters of Education in Place-Conscious and Nature-Based Practices

    He is of Acadian, English and French ancestry, currently living in Sto:lo Territory, Fraser Valley.