Edward George is a young man from Saugeen First Nation who has developed a unique following of people who have watched him travel across the Great Lakes to raise awareness regarding water. Edward is known as a water-walker, as someone who continuously fights and supports water efforts across Turtle Island. As a young person seeking […]
Laurie McLeod of Nipissing First Nation shares her understanding of engaging the spirit within all areas of life. She shares her own knowledge of Indigenous education and how to better support people seeking guidance within academia.
Blair Beaucage an Indigenous teacher at Nbisiing Secondary School talks about his own desire to understand Indigenous education within the Anishinabe perspective. Blair of Nipissing First Nation talks about the importance of understanding traditional methods of knowledge by learning on and from the land.
Charles Petahtegoose, a Midewiwin man talks about the importance of revitalizing sacred teachings and song as a method of Indigenous education. Charles also discusses the importance of language use within Indigenous learning as a method of understanding mechanisms not yet understood and/or translated in English.
Joe McLeod from Nipissing First Nation talks about his insight on teaching youth of today. Joe works with specifically Indigenous male youth, and talks about the importance of lived experiences through Indigenous education.
Mary Elliot, a Anishinabe elder shares her perspective of understanding the land and knowledge it carries. Through story telling she shares her perspective on what is both important teachings to share and important to teach.
Perry McLeod-Shabogesic of Nipissing First Nations talks about his journey with both learning and teaching traditional knowledge. Through a short interview, he explains the importance of understanding who we (Indigenous peoples) are and where we came from. Not only does he discuss the importance and emergence of experiential education but he shares his own knowledge […]