Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education (Concurrent English Language) at Laurentian University. She has taught Primary/Junior Methods, Junior/Intermediate Methods, Indigenous Studies as a Teachable, English as a Teachable, Primary/Junior Literacy, Junior/Intermediate Literacy, Introduction to Social Work & Native Social Welfare, Indigenous Ways of Learning, Indigenous Relations in Community Contexts (Masters Level) and Independent Studies/Field Courses (PhD Level). Her areas of specialty are inclusive education, classroom management, lesson planning, learning cycles, assessment/evaluation, technology, differentiated instruction, Indigenous Education and social justice collaborations. She is a National 3M Teaching Excellence Award Fellow and has also 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 (entering her 26th year) 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 Indigenous Education. Dr. Toulouse has published well over 50 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.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Department of Educational Studies) - University of British Columbia
- Master of Education (Educational Administration Stream) - Brock University
- Bachelor of Education (Primary/Junior Designation, Basic Intermediate with English as a Teachable and Education for Native Canadians) - Nipissing University
- Bachelor of Arts (Sociology and English) - Lakehead University
Cross Appointed to Indigenous Human Services in July 2013
Appointed to Associate Professor in July 2011
Associate Member of Human Studies PhD
Associate Member of Northern and Rural Health PhD
Associate Member of Masters in Indigenous Relations (MIR)
Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse's research focus does include:
Indigenous Student Transitions from Preschool to Career OR Returning Home,
Achieving Indigenous Student Success through Curriculum, Pedagogy and Community Engagement,
Literacy Practices that Support Indigenous Student Success,
Role and Impact of the Indigenous Education Counsellor on Indigenous Student Success,
Respectful Research in Indigenous Communities (Protocols and Process),
Contributions of Indigenous Peoples to the World and the Importance of this to Equitable Education, and
Indigenous Self-Esteem and Strategies for Respectful Inclusion.
- 3M National Teaching Fellow for 2015 as Awarded by the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
- Laurentian University Teaching Excellence Award for 2013/2014
- Professional Schools Teaching Excellence Award for 2013
- Truth and Reconciliation in Canadian Schools
- Achieving Indigenous Student Success - A Guide for Secondary Educators
- What Matters in Indigenous Education: Implementing a Vision Committed to Holism, Diversity and Engagement
- Fostering Indigenous Inclusive Schools
- Bringing First Nations, Metis and Inuit contributions to the world into the K-12 curriculum
- Global Citizenship and Indigenous Worldviews: Strategies for K to 12 Classrooms
- Beyond Shadows: Fostering First Nation, Metis and Inuit Student Success
- Fostering Literacy Success for FNMI Learners
- Achieving Aboriginal Student Success - A Guide for K to 8 Educators
- Walk in Our Moccasins: A Comprehensive Study of Aboriginal Education Counsellors in Ontario
- Integrating Aboriginal Teaching and Values into the Classroom
- Strength and Struggle: Perspectives from First Nations, Inuit and Metis Peoples in Canada
- Aboriginal Student Disengagement With Schools
- Supporting Aboriginal Student Success: Self-Esteem and Identity
- Anishinabek Research Practices: Sharing A Living Story
- Sagamok Anishnawbek: The Decision Makers and Varying Conceptions of Cultural Inclusion
- Plus 30 other curriculum documents, webinars, kits, reviews, policy pieces, DVD's and educational resources...