skip to Main Content

Jeffrey Kiyoshk Ross

Jeffrey Kiyoshk Ross

CFD Advisor, Indigenous Education

Jeffrey Kiyoshk Ross is of the marten clan, and a registered member of Walpole Island Unceded First Nation. He is an Ontario Certified Teacher with over 20 years of communications, journalism, and marketing experience working with First Nation communities and organizations in Ontario. He has been fortunate to teach in Pikangikum, Pickle Lake, and Thunder Bay, and develops and delivers curriculum that is informed by Canada’s First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples’ diverse histories and cultures. He is also an Indigenous consultant who has taught at the Art Gallery of Ontario facilitating discussion on the TRC and Anishnaabek knowledge, and works with organizations to help them inform their hiring practices, help improve Indigenous community involvement, and facilitate cultural competencies. He has a long history of Indigenous program development, intentional community building, and evaluation of learners (both young people and adults).

CFD Program Faculty: Stepping Stones

Centre for Faculty Development
Li Ka Shing International Healthcare
Education Centre, St. Michael’s Hospital
209 Victoria Street, 4th floor

Mailing Address:
30 Bond Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 1W8

cfd@smh.ca

Twitter

Join us tomorrow with @drellaway & @EaKinsella at 12:00pm EST as they present "What is best?: Reflecting on context and contingency in 'best' practice"!

Register for free: https://bit.ly/3QgJo5E

Co-hosted by: @theWilsonCentre @IPEUofT
#hpe #MedEd #BPER #facultydevelopment

A huge congrats to @wong_alexandra (former practicum student, now researcher collaborator) who shared our findings on #KMb through network weaving within #HPE at #CKF22!

@Betty_EvalEd @QianWu_RE

Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter to receive communications about our Centre.

Terms & Policies | © 2022 CFD

Back To Top