Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo, Director of Memorial University of Newfoundland, Labrador Institute is talking about the programs provided at the campus and broader efforts the Labrador Institute is presently taking in Indigenous Education., and offering Northern Led, Indigenous focused education and research. Programs include: Inuit Bachelor of Education Program. Masters in Land Based-Education (In development) Inuit […]
Tim McNeill, Deputy Minister of Education and Economic Development speaks about the Inuit Education initiatives and programs. Schools in Nunatsiavut have Inuktitut and Life Skills in the k-12 schools . The governments has partnered with universities to have social work, nursing , business and teacher education degrees.
Kirk Anderson, Dean of the Faculty of Education of Memorial University talks about the Inuit Bachelor of Education (IBED) program offered in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, in partnership with the Nunatsiavut Government, and the future that the Faculty of Education could play in indigenous education in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Inuktitut Teacher. Teaching Inuktitut to Inuit Bachelor of Education students.
We are funded by PHAC, sponsored by the Labrador Friendship Centre, We offer Family Program, School Readiness Program, and Healthy Baby Club.
The Inuit Bachelor of Education program is a community-based teacher education program in Happy Valley-Goose Bay NL. It is a partnership between the Nunatsiavut Government and Memorial University. The program began in 2014 and is for Nunatsiavut beneficiaries. Sylvia Moore, Faculty Head, describes the program.