Supporting FNMI Student Success (with Debbie Mineault)
Reconnection: FNMI Relationship to Land and Environment
Elder Francis Whiskeyjack co-facilitates this learning opportunity with Debbie Mineault. Through the teachings of the medicine wheel, you will hear how worldview connects to cultural activities related to the land and environment, the importance of this relationship to FNMI peoples, and the implications for teaching and learning.
Handouts and ResourcesPresenter's Slides: ERLC Webinar Series March 16W.pptx
Common Curriculum Framework for Aboriginal Language and Culture Programs K-12 abor.pdf Laws of Nature pp. 40-51
Francis Whiskeyjack - Medicine Wheel teachings http://linna.ca/page8.html
Elders' Voices - Medicine Wheels http://www.abheritage.ca/eldersvoices/history/beginnings_medicine_wheels.html
Four Directions Teachings: The Four Directions website and curricula teach about Aboriginal knowledge and its place in the world.
Case Studies from Natalie Bourke, Public Outreach Education Officer, Parks Canada (posted with permission)
This resource was developed by ERLC as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support implementation.