Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at Laurentian University. She teaches Primary/Junior Methods, Junior/Intermediate Methods and Native Studies as a Teachable. Her areas of specialty are classroom management, lesson planning, learning cycles, assessment/evaluation, technology, differentiated instruction and First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Education. Dr. Toulouse also supervises student teachers in the field. She has been cited in previous editions of Maclean's magazine as one of LU's favourite professors. Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse is originally from the community of Sagamok First Nation. She is a proud Ojibwe/Odawa woman that comes from a long line of educators. Dr. Toulouse celebrates many years of activity in the formal educational setting, beginning as an elementary school teacher and then finding herself in the role of colleague within the university system. She is well known for her contributions in First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Education. Dr. Toulouse has published well over 30 resources which include books, chapters in books, curriculum pieces, articles, videos and other key selections. Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse is fondly known for her dynamic teaching, commitment to equity and passion for education. She chairs various committees, works with a variety of school boards, presents regularly and is active in her areas of research. Dr. Toulouse continues her life journey in the field of education by representing her Nation and profession in a respectful and meaningful way.
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Sale price$42.51Strength and Struggle: Perspectives from First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Canada (2019 Edition)