Cheryll Welke shares about her community involvement volunteering in schools by talking about her Métis culture and identity.
The ASLA program, developed by Dr. S. Neyooxet Greymorning, is being delivered by Paula Mackinaw to teach Cree with the Miyo Wahkotowin Education Authority in Maskwacis, Alberta.
Jr./ Sr. Highschool traditional singing and drumming group -Teaching traditional song and dance -Teaching language through song -Teaching relationship through the drum
The Indigenous leadership group at St.Augustine School uses the Circle of Courage model to develop student leadership skills and support positive youth development. This student group is accessible to all students.
St. Thomas Aquinas School Division (STAR) and Nipisihkopahk Educational Authority (NEA) have entered into a education partnership through an Alberta Education Grant- “Building Capacity Through Collaboration.” Together, these schools are sharing, teaching, learning and collaborating on best practices in education.
The Discovery Program: Linking Youth back to their Identity: The role of an Elder in a school as a mentor and guide for youth. To re-discover identity, language and linking youth back to their roots. Teaching youth how to create relationships, build respect, use healthy behaviors. Providing cultural teachings around Mental, Spiritual, Emotional and Physical […]
Supporting LGBTQ+ and Two Spirited Indigenous Peoples in schools and communities. 12-18 years old – Working with junior and senior high students to raise awareness about homophobia and transphobia in schools and Indigenous communities. -Teaching about the multiple layers of identity and understanding that we are all learners in this journey. -To be and create […]