The Banuts’ukuih (meaning, canoe coming to shore in Lheidli) project is an example of the experiential learning opportunities led by Indigenous instructors in partnership with the University of Northern British Columbia. Other experiential courses have involved creating a pit house, decolonization through land stewardship, and moose-hide tanning. These courses offer Indigenous and non-Indigenous post secondary […]
Carney Hill Neighbourhood Centre is an Indigenous educational resource that focuses on cultural and family based early childhood education (15 months – grade 6) in the city of Prince George, BC. Carney Hill Neighbourhood Centre recognizes that each child brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and therefore works from a trauma-informed framework to be […]
Nusdeh Yoh Elementary upholds the belief that all Indigenous students are entitled to quality, holistic education that validates Indigenous cultures, histories, values and languages.
How are students working to build community connections and increase the quality of life of Indigenous students through social events and project partnerships at the University of Northern British Columbia?
Nusdeh Yoh upholds the belief that all Aboriginal students are entitled to quality, holistic education that validates Indigenous cultures, histories, values and languages.