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  • Engaging FNMI Students Using Culturally Relevant And Responsive Education Practices And Strategies
    This playlist is for school-based administrators to use with their staff to develop and enhance cultural awareness to support FNMI student success. Specifically, it provides insight into culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy and instructional strategies that have shown promise in improving FNMI student success. You can explore the steps in any order; some may find it makes more sense to use them in order the first time through - and you'll notice some questions in the Comment section to support further inquiry.
    Engaging FNMI Students Using Culturally Relevant And Responsive Education Practices And Strategies
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  • FNMI Holistic View Of Learning With Wilton
    "The life of a person is a circle from childhood to childhood. Within each child lies our future and our past." ~Anonymous This 2:30 min clip features Blood Elder Wilton Goodstriker sharing an FNMI holistic view of education. This holistic view is consistent across FNMI nations.
    FNMI Holistic View Of Learning With Wilton
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  • 8 Ways - Aboriginal Pedagogy Research Review
    Aboriginal Pedagogies are: Story-based, Flexibly-planned, Values-based, Transformative, Nature-centred, Adaptive, Authentic, Communal, Connected, Independent, Emotional, Responsive, Place-based, Holistic, Modelled, Cooperative, Spontaneous, Inquiring, Reflective, Creative, Experiential, Problem-based, Imitative, Person-oriented, Auditory, Visual, Non-verbal, Imaginal, Kinaesthetic, Trial and error, Repetitive, Oral. This review of the literature and research on Aboriginal pedagogy found: -that culture impacts on optimal pedagogy for all learners -that explicit Aboriginal pedagogy is needed to improve outcomes for Indigenous learners -that there is common ground between Aboriginal pedagogies and the optimal pedagogies for all learners -that the work in this field to date has been inaccessible and culturally divisive -that a practical framework is needed for teachers to be able to organise and access this knowledge in cultural safety -and finally that a reconciling interface approach is needed to harmonise the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal pedagogical systems.
    8 Ways - Aboriginal Pedagogy Research Review
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    8ways.wikispaces.com

  • Supporting FNMI Student Success Webinar Series With Debbie Mineault
    The focus of this four-part series is to address the question: "How do I develop appreciation and respect for FNMI culture, history and worldview in my classroom?" Debbie Mineault provides a unique experience combining personal insights and infusion of FNMI culture and language using Alberta's programs of study, Our Words Our Ways and other resources. Through viewing and interacting with this four-part series of webinar recordings, you will have the opportunity to deepen your awareness of cultural beliefs that affect teacher choices.
    Supporting FNMI Student Success Webinar Series With Debbie Mineault
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    inclusiveeducationpdresources.ca

  • Alberta Education - Our Words, Our Ways: Teaching First Nations, Métis And Inuit Learners
    This is the primary resource for the webinar series in the previous step. Our Words Our Ways was developed in collaboration with the Aboriginal Learning Services department of Edmonton Catholic Schools. The resource provides information about Aboriginal cultures and perspectives, and sample strategies for meeting the needs and recognizing the gifts of Aboriginal students.
    Alberta Education - Our Words, Our Ways: Teaching First Nations, Métis And Inuit Learners
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  • Walking Together To Support FNMI Success With Carla Badger
    This series of three recorded webinars supports exploration and implementation of the digital resource Walking Together and is designed to promote further dialogue and deepen understanding of three concepts within the resource as a model for how it might be used in staff meetings, PLCs or for individual learning. Topics include FNMI Worldview, Indigenous Pedagogy and We are All Treaty People.
    Walking Together To Support FNMI Success With Carla Badger
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    erlc.wikispaces.com

  • WNCP FNMI Common Curriculum Framework
    This resource provides valuable insight into FNMI worldview, values and beliefs through the wisdom of Elders. Note document pages 6-19, and see p 17 for model of Perspectives-based Aboriginal Education based on traditional medicine wheel.
    WNCP FNMI Common Curriculum Framework
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    wncp.ca

  • First Nations Holistic Lifelong Learning Model
    For First Nations people, the purpose of learning is to honour and protect the earth and ensure the long-term sustainability of life. To illustrate the organic and self-regenerative nature of First Nations learning, the Holistic Lifelong Learning Model uses a stylistic graphic of a living tree. The tree depicts the cycles of learning for an individual and identifies the influences that affect individual learning and collective well-being.
    First Nations Holistic Lifelong Learning Model
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  • Métis Holistic Lifelong Learning Model
    To be used with previous step which includes FN Holistic Lifelong Learning Model. The Métis understand learning in the context of the “Sacred Act of Living a Good Life,” a perspective that incorporates learning experienced in the physical world and acquired by “doing,” and a distinct form of knowledge―sacred laws governing relationships within the community and the world at large―that comes from the Creator. To symbolize these forms of knowledge and their dynamic processes, the Métis Holistic Lifelong Learning Model uses a stylistic graphic of a living tree.
    Métis Holistic Lifelong Learning Model
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  • Inuit Holistic Lifelong Learning Model
    May be used with previous steps which includes FN and Métis Holistic Lifelong Learning Models. The Inuit Holistic Lifelong Learning Model depicts the linkage between Inuit lifelong learning and community well-being, and can be used as a framework for measuring success in lifelong learning. The model uses a stylistic graphic of an Inuit blanket toss (a game often played at Inuit celebrations) and a circular path (the “Journey of Lifelong Learning”) to portray the Inuit learning journey and its connection to community well-being.
    Inuit Holistic Lifelong Learning Model
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    ccl-cca.ca

  • Aboriginal Resources - LearnAlberta.ca
    : LearnAlberta.ca contains over 200 videos to support Aboriginal Studies and Social Studies programs. Access this video series by logging into LearnAlberta.ca. In particular, look for the Voices of the Elders video series to access first person narratives to use in your classroom.
    Aboriginal Resources - LearnAlberta.ca
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    learnalberta.ca

  • Education Is Our Buffalo: ATA Resource
    This resource serves as a teacher resource for designing lessons and resources that are inclusive for all students and is aligned with the vision of Inspiring Education. For example, a history of Canadian Aboriginal culture is included in which definitions of cultural terms are included. In addition, explanations of treaties are included as well as a timeline of historical events dating from 1605-2007. Sections on spirituality, cultural traditions, and modern day viewpoints on schooling are included, providing a resource to scaffold the learning of today’s students.
    Education Is Our Buffalo: ATA Resource
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    teachers.ab.ca

  • Supporting FNMI Student Success: Ft. McMurray RCSSD
    Fort McMurray Roman Catholic Separate School District No 32 focused on supporting FNMI student success as part of their AISI Cycle 4 project. The lessons they learned are shared in this brief summary article.
    Supporting FNMI Student Success: Ft. McMurray RCSSD
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  • Exploring Aboriginal Art In Canada
    Exploring Aboriginal Art in Canada is designed to help students build literacy skills through visual arts. The resource uses a structured inquiry and research methodology combined with the artistic process. The resource describes how visual arts and resource centre teachers can collaborate in presenting an integrated study.
    Exploring Aboriginal Art In Canada
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  • First Nations Peoples And European Explorers | AGO Art Gallery Of Ontario
    This recorded webinar archive explores artwork and the concept of cultural identity, representation, and stereotypes.
    First Nations Peoples And European Explorers | AGO Art Gallery Of Ontario
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    ago.net

  • Aboriginal Affairs And Northern Development Canada
    Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada website provides links to FNMI arts, culture and heritage information.
    Aboriginal Affairs And Northern Development Canada
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    aadnc-aandc.gc.ca

  • Aboriginal Book Collection Reviews
    Reviews of books with Aboriginal themes maintained by the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Staff in Student Learning Services, Edmonton Public Schools.The annotated bibliography represents the diversity of First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures across Canada and some areas of the United States.The titles are reviewed for cultural authenticity and validity. Alignment with the Alberta Programs of Study is apparent and identified in the tags provided in the reviews.
    Aboriginal Book Collection Reviews
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    reviews.epsb.ca

  • Fatty Legs Webinar Series, Grades 5-8
    Fatty Legs is described as a moving memoir of an Inuit girl who emerges from a residential school with her spirit intact. This series, consisting of recorded webinars, deals with the sensitive topic of residential school experiences and includes a discussion with the author and ideas on how to introduce this topic into the classroom in a sensitive and respectful manner.
    Fatty Legs Webinar Series, Grades 5-8
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    erlc.ca

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