Examples of formal and informal Indigenous Education from a ‘student of life’ who describes the importance of language and land-based learning.
Relatable experiences used to teach science based Nursing. As well as, incorporating life long learning through language and land-based activities.
Oral knowledge gathering of Anishinaabe history using a ‘hands-on approach’ for language revitalization.
Language and traditional knowledge promoted and provided through community programming.
Two perspectives of Indigenous education sharing examples of Anishinaabe clan teachings with land-based learning as well as Seven Grandfather Teachings.
Steven Baranyai of Serpent River First Nation, Ontario, discusses how his initiative, Madwejiwan, uses Indigenous music, instruments, and regalia as traditional and cultural knowledge teaching tools for Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth. The program has worked with schools all across the province. Not only does the program support traditional and cultural knowledge, it also is used […]
Indigenous education for health providing awareness about First Nations people. Developing relationships with individuals and communities, respecting our way of life.
First People’s way of life describing traditional Anishinaabe spirituality, customs and learning from our ancestors.