The MRU Department of Education in partnership with Brown Bear Woman Cultural Centre and the Calgary Board of Education, is working to advance the Indigenization of education. Earlier this spring, students, teachers, and parents from Dr. Freda Miller School, teacher candidates from Mount Royal University, and teachers and administrators from schools across the CBE learned Tipi Teachings from Bruce and Joe Starlight as part of a residency of the MRU department of education Tipi at the school. Dr. Joshua Hill worked with all involved to facilitate the residency, foster relationships, and create an ethical space for the Tipi Teachings. This project represents the university, community, and school board partnership work that is a hallmark of the Department of Education and is an example of how our faculty seeks to contribute to Reconciliation in the community. This project was supported by a Mokakiiks Centre for SoTL grant. Teacher candidates, teachers and administrators from the school and Dr. Hill are in the process of writing about this learning experience through a Métissage research design. The Calgary Board of Education created a video story to share the learning with the broader community, which can be viewed here.