With few language-based curriculum materials, educators use the land as their resource
The new building will be located next to Elders Eagle Lodge, and will present an opportunity for the community to 'be well.'
The language program at Wiikwemkoong Board of Education supports the strategic plan of Chief and Council. Program Manager Sandra Peltier tells us what makes it work.
In Bill C-15, the government of Canada says it 'rejects all forms of colonialism.'
As we explore ways to incorporate culture-based curriculum into our schools, we invited Elders to share their own education stories during a series of meetings this year. Read what some had to say.
WBE Communications Officer Dwayne Animikwan says students and community benefit from shared stories.
How can First Nations integrate full language immersion into daily schooling? We asked Barbara Nolan, Language Commissioner for Anishinabek Nation.
“This gives us an opportunity to look at the resources we have within our community." - Sagamok First Nation Chief Alan Ozawanimki
Since COVID-19 became a global pandemic, First Nation education leaders have been at the forefront of strategies to keep their communities safe and healthy.
With tips on how to get the attention of journalists, write a news release and develop a blog, a media training toolkit is now available to the First Nations with Schools Collective (FNWSC).