Prof. Limin Jao speaks to CBC about REDress project honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women

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Prof. Limin Jao, of our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, spoke with the CBC this week regarding the recent REDress exhibition held at Montreal's Trafalgar School for Girls.

The exhibition, held October 18th, was the culminating event of the research project "Student-directed, STEAM inquiry: A purposeful learning community for change in practice," led by Professor Limin Jao. The vernissage was inspired by the Mé​tis artist Jaime Black's REDress Project.

Professor Limin Jao is an Assistant Professor with our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, where her research focuses on three areas: 1) exemplary teaching practice, 2) teacher beliefs, and 3) teacher education.

[read "Montreal all-girls school honours missing and murdered Indigenous women with dress project," CBC News, Jessica Deer, October 20]