Relationships for Learning
This series of videos has captured the thinking and work that was shared with educators,…
The Listening Stone Year 3: Starting Points, Turning Points, Learning Points
Impactful Indigenous Education Focused Collaborative Inquiry
Using Documentation to Monitor your Indigenous Focused Collaborative Inquiry
A Circle of Caring: Nurturing Safe, Strong and Free Schools and Communities
Indigenous Education: From Cultural Events To Integration
Traditional Mohawk Opening and Closing
Learning about Settler Colonialism
Leaders in Mathematical Thinking
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux has dedicated her life to building bridges of understanding, and sees endless merit in bringing people from diverse cultures, ages, and backgrounds together to engage in practical dialogue. She is deeply committed to public education and active youth engagement.
Truth and Reconciliation
Dr. Duke Redbird Closing Remarks
Meeting Place Youth Conference - Youth Voices of Canadian Roots Exchange
Coming Together to Learn Together: Lisa Lunney Borden
Dr. Lisa Lunney Borden shares her work in supporting mathematics with the Mi’kmaw community in…
Lisa Lunney Borden - Video Clips
The Listening Stone: Susan Dion
Dr. Susan Dion shares key findings from her evaluation of First Nation, Métis and Inuit-focused Collaborative Inquiry teams. Her report is based on interviews with teachers, FNMI community partners, and school and system leaders within 15 school districts across Ontario. Susan shares the challenges, successes and next steps in guiding educators to increase FNMI student achievement and well-being, learning with and from FNMI community partnerships and increasing educator and student knowledge, understanding and awareness of FNMI histories, cultures and perspectives.
Susan Dion - Video Clips
N’gwii Kendaasmin – We’ll Learn and Teach Together: First Nation Metis Inuit
In this video series, experts in Aboriginal education share insights on how to improve achievement for all students. The importance of educating all students about indigenous history and current issues is emphasized.
Lisa Lunney Borden
Elder Betty McKenna and Ed Doolittle
Exploring Aboriginal Education: Susan Dion
Susan Dion gives a straightforward account of the historical perspective educators need to think about as they work collaboratively to support Aboriginal education. She speaks of the need to be co-learners who approach their participation from a position of respect for Aboriginal world views.