Supporting FNMI Student Success (with Debbie Mineault)

Humble Beginnings: Essential of Family & Community

This archived webinar examines strategies to deepen and strengthen understanding of cultural uniqueness around FNMI families and communities and the impacts on teaching and learning. You will learn practical skills, ideas and strategies in working with FNMI families, parents and communities.

Playback this webinar here

Handouts and Resources

Presenter's Slides: FNMI Student Success Session 1.pptx
The Common Curriculum Framework for Aboriginal Language and Culture Programs

Kirkness, V. J. and R. Barnhardt (2001). First Nations and Higher Education: The Four R's - Respect, Relevance, Reciprocity, Responsibility. Knowledge Across Cultures: A Contribution to Dialogue Among Civilizations. R. Hayoe and J. Pan. Hong Kong, Comparative Education Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong.
Education is our Buffalo - ATA publication

This resource was developed by ERLC as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support implementation.