Topic: Equity & Diversity, FNMI (First Nations, Métis, Inuit)
Type of Resource: Video, Website
Description:
On this site you'll find information about the history and traditions of First Nations, Métis, Inuit and Native American cultures, information about the challenges facing Aboriginal communities today, and curricula for incorporating this information into your teaching practice.
Project Lead:
Jean-Paul Restoule
Language:
English
Topic: Equity & Diversity, FNMI (First Nations, Métis, Inuit)
Type of Resource: PowerPoint
Description:
Using the Deepening Knowledge Project, this Power Point presentation examinines commonly stated resistances in teaching Aboriginal issues.
Project Lead:
Jean-Paul Restoule
Language:
English
Topic: Equity & Diversity, FNMI (First Nations, Métis, Inuit)
Type of Resource: Article - Newspaper/Magazine/Journal, PowerPoint
Description:
This presentation and paper from the the 2012 CSA annual conference, provides an overview of a KNAER project "Kimaaciihtoomin e-anishinaabe kikinoohamaakeyak" or Beginning to Teach in an Indigenous Way, which sought to raise awareness of Aboriginal cultures and issues among teachers and their students in elementary and secondary schools in southern Ontario.
Project Lead:
Jean-Paul Restoule
Language:
English
Topic: Equity & Diversity, FNMI (First Nations, Métis, Inuit)
Type of Resource: PowerPoint
Description:
This presentation outlines a study that examined barriers and supports to Aboriginal students accessing post secondary education institutions.
Project Lead:
Jean-Paul Restoule
Language:
English
Topic: Equity & Diversity, FNMI (First Nations, Métis, Inuit)
Type of Resource: Research Summary/Report
Description:
The Deepening Knowledge Project is an initiative of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education to infuse Aboriginal worldviews and pedagogies into a large one-year consecutive initial teacher education program.

Looking for research summaries? Visit the Ontario Education Research Exchange (OERE) for hundreds of research summaries written with Ontario educators in mind.

Project Lead:
Jean-Paul Restoule
Language:
English
Topic: Equity & Diversity, FNMI (First Nations, Métis, Inuit)
Type of Resource: PowerPoint
Description:
This Power Point presentation provides a better understanding of the historical and political significance behind "Idle No More".
Project Lead:
Jean-Paul Restoule
Language:
English