First Peoples – Principles of Learning Poster

Source: www.fnesc.ca
Source: http://www.fnesc.ca

This poster is available at: First Nations Education Steering Committee

Link to 11×17 Poster

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Bringing Authentic First Peoples Content to the K-3 Classroom (2012)

This teacher resource guide, In Our Own Words: Bringing Authentic First Peoples Content to the K-3 Classroom (2012), has been developed to offer teachers information and guidance about how to incorporate authentic First Peoples materials into their instruction and assessment practices. Inside, you will find lesson plans, curriculum connections, assessment resources and suggested texts.

168 pages (PDF File)

One Arrow First Nation – Equine Assisted Learning Program

I can’t imagine a better way to learn! Neat! – Angela @ FNER

One Arrow First Nation – Equine Assisted Learning Program – Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation. The One Arrow First Nation‟s Equine Assisted Learning (IDEAL) program has proven hugely successful from its beginning in January 2011. The program‟s goals were to build school strength, pride in the community and confidence in the heart‟s of their youth.

When Aboriginal and Métis Teachers use Storytelling as an Instructional Practice

When Aboriginal and Métis Teachers use Storytelling as an Instructional Practice – PDF.

By: Melanie MacLean and Linda Wason-Ellam.

preview from the paper: “In traditional times, storytelling was used for many reasons—to teach values, beliefs, morals, history, and life skills in Indigenous communities. Storytelling still holds value as it has become a powerful and interactive instructional tool in today’s classrooms. In this naturalistic research study, the co-researchers used conversational interviewing to explicate how teachers use storytelling as a teaching practice throughout the curriculum in elementary, middle, and secondary schools. Seven First Nations and Métis teacher-participants were asked how, why and when storytelling was integral to their professional practices.”- Executive Summary

EDU_RES_metis_storytelling.pdf (application/pdf Object)

Our Words, Our Ways: Teaching First Nations, Metis and Inuit Learners

Our Words, Our Ways: Teaching First Nations, Metis and Inuit Learners

Intended Audience: teachers, administrators, school staff, counsellors, liaison workers

A Resource Book developed by the Edmonton Catholic Schools, Aboriginal Learning Services Department

Alberta. Alberta Education. Aboriginal Services Branch and Learning and Teaching Resources
Branch.
Our words, our ways : teaching First Nations, Métis and Inuit learners.
ISBN 0-7785-4313-7

Book Contents:

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