Indigenous Education: Working Together to Create Change (FNMIEAO)

This webinar will demonstrate the importance of initiating, establishing and maintaining, meaningful and mutually beneficial partnerships with educators, students, and Indigenous Peoples as a salient tenet of reconciliation in education systems. We will share examples of how these collaborations have led to the development of multiple resources and will highlight our most recent work around land acknowledgements. 

Zoom Webinar – Presentation

Presenter:  Nancy Rowe & Jodie Williams 

Audience: Grades K-12

RESOURCES:

Suggested reading: Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP):  https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/declaration-on-the-rights-of-indigenous-peoples.html

www.fnmieao.com (visit Student Resources section for free and accessible resources)

For information on membership in FNMIEAO, visit http://www.fnmieao.com/about/membership.php and/or email: info@fnmieao.ca

In our Words (full video on YouTube): https://youtu.be/XlC1nowTyP0

Lessons from the Earth and Beyond: http://www.lessonsfromearthandbeyond.ca/

The Moccasin Project: https://www.sotheycangohome.com/

Akinomaagaye Gaamik: www.akinomaagaye.weebly.com

Facilitator Nancy Rowe on Twitter @Giidaakunadaad1

Facilitator Jodie Williams on Twitter @jodiesgot5

FNMIEAO on Twitter @fnmieao