Anja Dressler Araujo is a settler Bilingual German Elementary teacher in Calgary of German and mixed-European descent. She was born in Manitoba, grew up on Vancouver Island, and now lives in Calgary in Treaty Seven territory. Anja studied at the University of Calgary, where she received bachelor’s degrees in arts (major: German, minor: Linguistics) and education with a specialization in English Language Learning in 2016 and 2018, respectively. She has been teaching German to students of various ages since 2015 and actively engages in Indigenous education as a researcher and teacher. Melding Indigenous worldviews, knowledges, and literature into her German teaching is one of her passions. She has worked as a Content Manager, Digital Content Development Coordinator, and now Project Manager for the “Books to Build on: Indigenous Literatures for Learning” project with the University of Calgary since 2018.
| October 18, 2023
Anja Dressler Araujo
Anja Dressler Araujo is a settler Bilingual German Elementary teacher in Calgary of German and mixed-European descent. She was born in Manitoba,
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