Julia Pegahmagabow speaks about her work in home schooling on Atikameksheng Anishnawbek First Nation where she incorporates the Anishinaabe culture and Anishinaabemowin language as the foundation of her teaching.
Quinn Meawasige speaks about the importance of the Anishinaabemowin language and cross-cultural learning at Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig (SKG). One of the main goals of SKG is for learners to acquire the necessary educational tools in modern society without compromising the values of Anishinaabe culture and traditions. For more information, visit these websites: https://shingwauku.ca/ and https://www.algomau.ca/students/anishinaabe-students/anishinaabe-kinoomage-gamig-partnership/.
Dawn Wemigwans speaks to how including student voice and community into education helps to build better relationships. She also speaks to how this helps shape Indigenous education for both non-Indigenous and Indigenous students, parents, family, community as well as educators.
Pamela Toulouse speaks about how using traditional kinoomaage (teachings) and kendaasowin (knowledge) help to create socially conscious educators at Laurentian University.