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BEd French Pathways Coordinator and Lecturer
EducationOther Titles: Coordinatrice des parcours français au BEd et chargé de cours
Jody Dlouhy-Nelson (elle/elle; she/her) is an educator-researcher of White prairie settler/colonizer ancestry. She works and studies at UBC Okanagan, on the beautiful, unsold, and traditional land of the Syilx Okanagan Nation. She is a lecturer and the coordinator of the BEd French Pathways. In her role, she prepares teacher candidates to become confident and successful French teachers.
Jody spent her early French Immersion and FSL career in Saskatchewan school divisions, followed by several years in Central Okanagan Public Schools, and Sea to Sky (SD48) School District. Her career as a K-12 French Immersion, French Literacy and Humanities teacher; a district French Immersion program coordinator; a principal; and a district administrator of International Education recruitment/marketing was rich with language/culture learning.
Jody recently received her PhD in Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies, with her focus in illuminating how beginning teachers create decolonizing and Indigenizing spaces for their students in this Place of the Syilx People. Her dissertation is available on the UBC library website. She was involved as a research assistant on the Co-Curricular Making: Honouring Indigenous Connections to the Land, Culture and Relational Self SSHRC partnership grant in the Okanagan School of Education. Throughout this time, she has worked closely with supervisor and mentor, Dr. Margaret Macintyre Latta, and mentor, Dr. Bill Cohen.
PhD in Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies, UBCO
Selected Publications & Presentations
Dlouhy-Nelson, J., Hamilton, K., Loland, D., Shayer, L. P., Broom, C., Cherkowski, S., Macintyre Latta, M., & Ragoonaden, K. (2023). Reorienting toward complexity in teacher education. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 51(3), 283-296. https://doi.org/10.1080/1359866X.2023.2197188
Dlouhy-Nelson, J., Hanson, K. (2023, June). Finding our co-: Witness blanket as co-curricular making for local Indigenous and settler relations. In Butler-Kisber, L., Canuel M., Stewart, M., Mitchell D. (Eds.). Learning Landscapes. 16(1).
Cohen, B., Dlouhy-Nelson, J., Niedballa, M. (2023-this is in final publication stage). Coyote stories: igniting, Indigenizing imagination, and transforming snow white monsters. In Markides, J. & St. Georges, D. (Eds.) Arts creation: A curriculum of relationality, resurgence, and renewal. Diopress.
Dlouhy-Nelson, J. (2021). Saying 25. In Schewe, M. (Ed.). 81 Sprüche zur enthärtung unserer welt/On the softening of our world: 81 sayings. Shibri-Verlag.
Dlouhy-Nelson, J., Lamb, D., Marshall-Peer, D., Beaudry, T.. (April 13, 2023) Reflections of Four Land-Based Syilx-Guided Co-Curricular Making Experiences with Educators and Community Partners. AERA 2023 Chicago.
Dlouhy-Nelson, J. (April 13, 2023). Education Research Dialogic Moments in Time: Naming Ways Beginning Teachers Take Up Decolonization and Indigenization. AERA 2023 Chicago.
Dlouhy-Nelson, J. (2020, Apr 17-21). Autoethnographical Research as a Space for Self-Situating, Relationality, Knowledge-building and Epiphanies, was accepted for the American Educational Research Association Conference, San Francisco. (Cancelled due to Covid19).
Dlouhy-Nelson, J. (2023, May 28) Indigenous Knowledge in the Non-Indigenous Classroom: How Beginning Teachers Are Taking up Indigenization and Decolonization. Canadian Association of Studies in Indigenous Education (CASIE). Congress 2023: Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE). York University.
Jody Dlouhy-Nelson, Danielle Lamb, Margaret Macintyre Latta, Desiree Marshall-Peer (2023, May 28). Co-Curricular Making Land-Based Pedagogy Experiences: Impacts and Future Directions. Congress 2023: Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE). York University.
Margaret Macintyre Latta, Bill Cohen, Terry Beaudry, Marnie Birkeland, Jody Dlouhy-Nelson, Kelly Hanson, Jordan Kleckner, Danielle Lamb, Desiree Marshall-Peer (May 31, 2023). New Ways to Work with the Field: The Needed Practice Ground for Co- Curricular Decolonization and Indigenization. Congress 2023: CSSE York University.
Macintyre Latta, M., Cohen, B., & Dlouhy-Nelson, J. (2022). Enfleshing Curricular Indigenization. CACS (Canadian Association for Curricular Studies) at CSSE, virtual.
Dlouhy-Nelson J. & Hanson K. (2022). Breathing Life into the Bits Together: Supporting Co-curricular Making. In CASIE (Canadian Association for Indigenous Studies) at CSSE, virtual.
Dlouhy-Nelson, J. (2021, June 3). Furthering the Lived Terms of Truth & Reconciliation in Teacher Education. CASIE (Canadian Association of Studies in Indigenous Education). At CSSE, Edmonton (virtual) ICQI
Dlouhy-Nelson, J. (2021, May 22). Diffractively Seeking Decolonizing Methodology: Deleuze and Guattari and the Potential Ally-Researcher, International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (ICQI), Illinois (virtual)
2020 – 2023 AERA Reviewer, Presenter
2019 – 2023 CSSE Reviewer, Presenter
ALS Society of Canada Research Ambassador