Jean-Paul Restoule

Jean-Paul Restoule
Professor and Chair
Indigenous Education
Office: MacLaurin A260

Jean-Paul Restoule is an Anishinaabe scholar and educator. He is concerned with bringing Indigenous worldviews to a wide audience and infusing Indigenous perspectives into mainstream practice.

He is currently leading a study on how to centre Indigenous pedagogy and ways of knowing and being in online learning environments.

Jean-Paul is also investigating what motivates educators to incorporate Indigenous perspectives in their teaching practice and how teacher candidates and new teachers can best develop the knowledges, confidence and motivation to meaningfully include Indigenous knoledges and pedagogies in their classrooms.  

  • Indigenous Education
  • Indigenous Worldviews
  • Online Learning
  • Indigenous Research
  • Teacher Education
  • Indigenous Knowledge
  • Indigenous Pedagogy
  • Indigenous Student Success