Watch these videos about Indigenous education from across the country and the second National Gathering. Also on this page are participants’ and regional team members’ reflections about their involvement in NCCIE and how the project has contributed to strengthening Indigenous education where they live.
Junior and high school students from Se’tA’newey Kina’matino’kum school, in Miawpukek Mi’kamawey Mawi’omi (Miawpukek First Nation), Newfoundland, talk about the Indigenous education taking place in their school and local community. They also express their ideas and desire to expand those cultural and educational activities.
“What is your understanding of Indigenous education?”
This 4 minute video features people interviewed in northern Ontario sharing their perspectives from an Indigenous viewpoint on this question. Video created by the Northwest Ontario (NWO) Team.
“How is Indigenous Knowledge being integrated into the Academy?”
This 40 minute video features Elders and Educators from Trent University discussing some of the advances and challenges to integrating IK at Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario. Video created by Southeast Ontario (SEO) Team. Click here for more information.
“What do Indigenous students want you to know about their experiences in post-secondary education and how important their cultures and identities are in their journeys as students?”
This 75 minute video features Indigenous students at Trent University exploring this question. Video created by Southeast Ontario (SEO) Team. Click here for more information.
“What are some multi-generational impacts of residential schools that Indigenous students are experiencing and how is a post-secondary education helping them to overcome these challenges?”
This 30 minute video features students and Elders at First Nations University of Canada sharing their experiences. Video created by First Nations University of Canada.
To build on the collaborative nature of the project, NCCIE has hosted live, on-line interactive discussion forums where people around the world can watch and participate.
These forums are staged through Facebook Live. Viewers are able to interact with the panelists through Facebook or via text message. A Facebook profile is not required to participate.
Watch them here: