11 Reflection

Each chapter in this book is accompanied by a section for reflection. This is an opportunity to take the learning in this book further and personalize it. Instructors may wish to take select reflection questions and turn them into classroom assessment if desired. Please see the initial reflection section for ideas on how to integrate reflections into your course.



  • Write your own situating the author piece. Share a little about your family history and where your family is from. What has shaped your learning and who are your most influential teachers?
  • How do Indigenous concepts of ownership differ from western concepts of ownership?
  • Can you think of examples of collective ownership in a western context? How are these similar or different from Indigenous concepts of collective ownership?
  • Think of some topics that interest you and try to use the steps outlined to find Indigenous voice(s) on that topic.



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