Belinda Daniels

Belinda Daniels
Assistant Professor
Indigenous Education
Office: MacLaurin A261
Area of expertise

Indigenous education, Indigenous worldviews, online learning, Indigenous research, teacher education, Indigenous knowledge, Indigenous pedagogy, Indigenous student success

tānsi ātawiya kahkiyaw, kitatamiskātināwāw. Belinda Daniels nitisihkāson, Sturgeon Lake First Nation, SK ohci niya, maka mitoni kinwes Sāskitōminihk nikī-pē-wīkin. I am a mother, grandmother, wife, sister, auntie. I am a long-time educator and a second language learner of nehiyawewin.

I am the founder of the nehiyawak Language Experience Inc. President of FEL Canada. I have just completed my PhD dissertation on the topic of nehiyawewin reclamation. I am also interested in land-based education intertwined with language learning and teaching with boys, and youth.  

  • Indigenous education
  • Indigenous language revitalization and reclamation
  • Indigenous language research methodologies
  • Indigenous language curriculum & literacy
  • Second language teaching methods.
  • Second language acquisition
  • Boys’ language & land-based camps
  • Life-long learning