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D. Alphonse. (2019) Climate change looking at ways to support early learning curriculum through Indigenous teachings, Exploration and Discovery 2019 The Sunshine Coast Child Care and Parenting Conference, Sechelt, October 19, 2019

D. Alphonse. (2019) Resurgence of Language connected to land and healing, BCACCS 22nd Annual Provincial Training Conference, Vancouver, October 25, 2019

D. Alphonse. (2019) Strengthening Understandings: Elder Knowledge and Early Childhood Research and Practice Project, Early Years Conference 2020: Listen Together, Learn Together, Act Together, Vancouver, Jan 31-Feb 1, 2020 (date of session is still being determined).

D. Alphonse. Moll, R. (2019): Re Orienting Education, CCSSE-SCEE Conference, UBC, Vancouver, June 3, 2019.

D. Alphonse, C. Stuart, G. Manson, E, Manson (2018) Qwumqum ‘Thele’ Qumqwam Shqwaluwuns (Strong Minds, Strong Hearts) Wrapping Indigenous Students in a Blanket of Success Workshop. Healing Our Spirit Worldwide Conference, Sidney Australia, November 27, 2018.

D. Alphonse (2018) Healing Tl’ee’lhum’qa Through the Voices of our Elders. Healing Our Spirit Worldwide Conference, Sidney, Australia, November 28, 2018.

D. Alphonse. (2018) “Indigenous Knowledge applied in the classroom.” Presented at Vancouver Community College, Vancouver, April 18, 2018.

D. Alphonse. (2018) “Aligning research & Indigenous Knowledge into Early Childhood Development Practice.” Presented at Reflecting Together-Strengthening Practice, Success by Six, Pacific Care, ECEBC, Chemainus, March 15, 2018.

D. Alphonse. (2017) “Spiritual Development in Early Childhood.” Presented at BC Aboriginal Child Care Society 20th Annual Provincial Training Conference; It takes a Village: Coming Together for Children and Families, Richmond, B.C. October 27, 2017.

D. Alphonse. (2017) “Story Slam: International Days” Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, November 9, 2017.

G. Giles, and D. Alphonse (2017)”Ways of Engaging with Aboriginal Knowledge” panel discussion at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference-Giles shared our discussions in a panel July 26-28, 2017.

D. Alphonse (2017) “Promising Early Childhood Delivery Systems and Assessment: Enhancing Community- Led Innovation and Initiatives.” Presented at World Forum Early Childhood Education Conference, New Zealand, May 9th-12th, 2017.

D. Alphonse (2017)” Indigenous Perspectives on Leadership.” Presenting at Pathways to Professionalism: Believe, Be Hopeful, Be Bold by ECEBC, Vancouver, May 4, 2017.

D. Alphonse (2017)” Truth and Reconciliation in Early Childhood Education.” Presented at Articulation for Early Childhood Educators & Faculty, Vancouver, May 2, 2017.

D. Alphonse. (2017) “Aligning research & Indigenous Knowledge into Early Childhood Development Practice.” Presented at Engaging Families and Learning Communities by Success by Six, Chemainus, March 18, 2017.

D.Alphonse. (2017)”Aboriginal perspectives with Young Children” Presented at Oceanside Learning Together. Parksville, BC. February 21, 2017.

D. Alphonse, Manson, G.; Stuart, C.; Hobenshield, S. (2016).” Surfacing Tensions on the Path to Reconciliation. “Presented at the Maamwizing, Indigeneity in the Academy.L’universite a l’heure de la reconciliation, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, November 17, 2016.

D. Alphonse. (2016). “Developing, Learning and Growing with the QEQ transition year’s program. “Presented at the Gathering Strength and Nurturing Growth- Celebrating 20Years of Quality and Innovation, BC Aboriginal Child Care Society, Vancouver, BC, November 11, 2016.

D.Alphonse and Grieve, S (2016). “Creating a Multi Aboriginal Cultural Space; Embracing Nature Based Learning through Play.” Presentation at the Sunshine Coast Child Care Resource and Referral Exploration and Discovery Conference, Sechelt, BC, October 22, 2016.

D. Alphonse. (2016).“Holistic Aboriginal Assessment Aboriginal Head Start Literature Review.” Presented to the Aboriginal Head Start Advisory, Vancouver, BC, (September 30, 2016.

D. Alphonse and Johnstone, C. (2016). “QEQ research project.” Presentation at the Reconciliation through Research: Fostering miyo-pimatisiwin CINSA, First Nations University, Regina, Saskatchewan, June, 22, 2016.

D. Alphonse and Grieve, S. (2016).” Supporting First Nations ECEC programs” Presentation at CUVIC Conference 2016  Reconciliation, Innovation and Transformation through Engagement, UVIC, Victoria, BC, April 29, 2016.

D. Alphonse. (2016). “QEQ Curriculum and Research” Presentation at the Qualicum Beach Early Years Conference, Qualicum First Nation, Qualicum Beach, BC March 11, 2016.

D.Alphonse and Grieve, S (2016). “Creating a Multi Aboriginal Cultural Space; Embracing Nature Based Learning through Play.” Presentation at the Sp’e’q’um Early Years Conference, UBC, Vancouver; BC, January 28, 2016.

D. Alphonse. (2015). “Indigenous Mindset.” Presentation at the 7th Healing Worldwide

Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand. November 19, 2015.

D. Alphonse and Grieve, S. (2015). “Creating a Multi Aboriginal Cultural Space; Embracing Nature Based Learning through Play.” BC Aboriginal Child Care Society, Vancouver, BC. November 6, 2015.

D. Alphonse, Manson, G.; Stuart, C. (2015). “Seasons of Health and Healing.” Presentation at the Resilient Places,  Resilient Peoples Elders Voices Summit, Tsawout Nation, Saanich Peninsula, Vancouver Island, BC. September 19-22, 2015.

D. Alphonse. (2014). “Reflecting Reggio in Community: Interweaving Aboriginal Values.”

Presentation at the Infant Toddler Conference, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. November 15, 2014.

D. Alphonse,Grieve, S., & Gignac, J. (2014). ECCERS Training. Presentation at BC Aboriginal Head Start Annual General Meeting Conference, Hot Springs Cover. BC, June 22-25, 2014.

D. Alphonse. Grieve, S. (2014). Reflecting Reggio in Community. Presentation at UBC Okanagan 10th Annual Learning Conference, Kelowna, BC, May 8, 2014.

D. Alphonse,Grieve, S., & Gignac, J. (2014). ECCERS Training. Presentation at BC Aboriginal Head Start Conference, Richmond. BC, January 22-25, 2014.

D.Alphonse. (2014). Reflecting Reggio in Community Interweaving Aboriginal Values.

Presentation at the Infant Toddler Conference at University of Victoria, November 15th, 2014.

D. Alphonse. (2013). Indigenous Teachings and Respectful Research. Presentation at Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC, November 29, 2013.

D.Alphonse. Grieve, S., & Gignac, J. (2013). ECCERS Training. Presentation at Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC, November 23, 2013.

D. Alphonse. (2013). Indigenous and Scholarship Series. Presentation at Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC, October 24, 2013.

McDonell, L. and D. Alphonse. (2013). Learning, Growing and Leading: An AECD Update on Current and Upcoming Projects. Presentation at the BC Aboriginal Infant Development Program Annual Provincial Meeting, Richmond, BC, February 18, 2013.

McDonell, L. and D. Alphonse. (2012). Learning, Growing and Leading. Presentation at the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society Conference, Richmond, BC, November 12, 2012.

McDonell, L. and D. Alphonse. (2012). Looking Back & Looking Forward: University & Aboriginal Community Collaborations (1993-2012). Presentation at the International Innovations in ECE Canadian Forum on Early Childhood Frameworks, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, July 13-15, 2012.

McDonell, L. and D. Alphonse. (2012). BCRIC AECD Research in Philosophical and Management Frameworks. Presentation to the BC

Aboriginal Infant Development Programs, Victoria, BC, March 31, 2012.

McDonell, L. and D. Alphonse. (2012). “Family and Community” BCRIC for AECD overview and current projects Presentation at the Early Years Conference, Vancouver, BC February 3-4, 2012.

McDonell, L. and D. Alphonse. (2010-2011). Investigating Quality Project Learning and Sharing Circles, Participation in Sharing Circle, University of Victoria.

 

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