Aboriginal Worldviews and Education | Coursera

Aboriginal Worldviews and Education | Coursera

Aboriginal Worldviews and Education Course – University of Toronto
Jean-Paul Restoule

This course will explore indigenous ways of knowing and how this knowledge can inform education to the benefit of all students.

Topics include historical, social, and political issues in Aboriginal education; terminology; cultural, spiritual and philosophical themes in Aboriginal worldviews; and how Aboriginal worldviews can inform professional programs and practices, including but not limited to the field of education.

Audience: Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal learners
Cost: Free
Starts: Feb 25th 2013 (4 weeks long)
Workload: 6-8 hours/week

Student Nutrition Programs in Aboriginal Communities – Webinar

Student Nutrition Programs in Aboriginal Communities

Date: Join the webinar on Tue, Nov 27, 2012 1:00 PM – 2:40 PM EST
Webinar Objectives: To provide a platform for as many participants as possible to learn about these programs, how and where they are, what’s unique and why they exist. There will be an opportunity for question and answers.
Intended audience: Aboriginal communities, schools, health professionals, leadership funders and donors
Moderator: Wab Kinew | University of Winnipeg
Panelists: Judith Barry | Breakfasts Clubs of Canada, Devorah Belinsky | Breakfast for Learning, Angela Analok and An Richardson | ONEXONE First Nations School Breakfast Program
More Information: Website

Educational Organizations in Manitoba

Educational Organizations in Manitoba

Organization About
Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre helps First Nations improve education for all learners to achieveVisit
Aboriginal Circle of Educators “The Aboriginal Circle of Educators exists to empower educators through holistic approaches and professional development and advocacy to advance indigenous knowledge for the success of future generations.”Visit

Educational Associations (National)

Educational Associations (National)

Organization About
Indspire A charitable organization that is dedicated to raising funds to deliver programs that provide the necessary tools for Indigenous peoples, especially youth to achieve their potential.visit
Ogoki Learning Helping students and teachers alike with learning and educational software for the classroom.visit

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.