One of the core messages heard during NCCIE’s first year is how important languages are to First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples and the central role languages play when passing on knowledge and culture through Indigenous education. To reflect this close relationship between Indigenous languages and Indigenous education, and in support of the United Nations Declaration that 2019 is the ‘Year of Indigenous Languages’, NCCIE has initiated a number of language projects. Click on the links below to explore these initiatives.
Ten videos about Indigenous education programs have been voiced-over in different Indigenous languages. Listen to them here.
Do you wonder how ‘Indigenous Education’ is written in different Indigenous languages? Click here and learn.
NCCIE has several stories about different Indigenous language learning experiences across the country. Begin with these ten and then search for more.
Regardez ces conseils de site Web pour activer les sous-titres.
A number of tips have been created to help you navigate the website. To learn how to view English stories with French subtitles and vice versa, watch these.
Des conseils ont été créés pour vous aider à naviguer sur le site Web. Nous vous invitons à les consulter pour savoir comment visionner des vidéos en anglais avec sous-titres français et inversement.