Dr. Laila Boisselle

Dr. Laila Boisselle is one of a small group of researchers worldwide whose expertise lies in Indigenous (First Nations/Aboriginal) Knowledges, particularly Indigenous (First Nations/Aboriginal) Sciences.

Degree(s): Chemistry, Curriculum, Education (Science)

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Undergraduate Institution:  University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago

Graduate Institution:  University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England

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Dr. Laila Boisselle is one of a small group of researchers worldwide whose expertise lies in Indigenous (First Nations/Aboriginal) Knowledges, particularly Indigenous (First Nations/Aboriginal) Sciences. Her work rests in decolonising methodologies and culturally responsive science pedagogy. Dr. Boisselle is also currently an Executive Board Member for the International Organisation for Science and Technology Education (IOSTE), a UNESCO recognised NGO. At IOSTE, she represents The Caribbean and Central American interests. She holds a substantial body of experience: she has been involved in science pedagogy as a teacher, teacher-educator, academic, researcher, and curriculum and programme developer, evaluator and manager across varying levels of the education system in both the Caribbean and the Middle East.

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