stream P=L�If�œ��A� |���wWI�#H7�����A�\&��a0P��d0�!$D,���OXz�h8dU�xDdA�BM�#����D���!�yʌ��1~߮�����p~�! �H4)�"X�%l�5!���a0A���_݄� �B��W����M���u ���f��a�n����u}�>�[D��]m�TE�~�"�j�?��m�פԄ�u� @����}��@lL��L��-�TÓ �s#�&�k�O@��6$��)��S��1v��a��0�A��iW�s���������N���������ha������Gkw-" �����FT��~��ދ|��?�w��I��t����S[_�U�����{�K�h��߯��k#P9������X��;���� “the purpose of education in traditional Aboriginal societies was to learn how to live, how to survive, and how to participate in and contribute to one’s household and community” – paragraph #1 2. �aȣ��Lh�����xi6�֓�c�/XP�B��g��(L! Home Students Parents Teachers Administrators About the Ministry News. There is a lot of support available. This led to the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Policy which had long-term goals of making education access, participation and outcomes more equitable for Aboriginal people. Education has always been central to Aboriginal economic, social and cultural development. Education in aboriginal communities was community based, incorporated into daily life from birth to death. More than half the teachers of schools with more than 10% Aboriginal students said they had no professional development in schooling them during the past 3 years. h�b```f``bf`d`Ъe`@ �#G��ڳb����_>g~%���+S/���t�{����}�k���o��� �LX`�b�@[Հt��nטA �,�:��@� xK.= endstream endobj 56 0 obj <> endobj 57 0 obj <>>>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/Type/Page>> endobj 58 0 obj <>stream This strategy has been designed to improve opportunities for First Nation, Métis and Inuit students, to increase the knowledge and awareness of all students about Indigenous histories, cultures and perspectives. Through the REA, eligible First Nation students and their families will be supported by a consistent and transparent process when choosing where they wish to study – whether it be at a provincially-funded school, or a First Nation-operated or federally-operated school. Ontario's Indigenous Education Strategy is supporting First Nation, Métis and Inuit students to achieve their full potential. They do not believe that a rock possesses a soul, but they might believe that a particular rock outcrop was created by a particular deity in the creation period, or … For example, in Inuitcommunities, boys received training o… Indigenous Education North Island College is honoured to acknowledge the traditional territories of the combined 35 First Nations of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Kwakwaka’wakw and Coast Salish traditions, on whose traditional and unceded territories the College’s campuses are situated. 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Aboriginal people do not believe in animism. 55 0 obj <> endobj 61 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[]/Index[55 12]/Info 54 0 R/Length 51/Prev 1009092/Root 56 0 R/Size 67/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Ontario's Indigenous Education Strategy is supporting First Nation, Métis and Inuit students to achieve their full potential. :�l4t�S��#Ī���x��NU>����Y��p�LÀ��Ůd��rNߢ�� ���n endstream endobj 60 0 obj <>/Filter/CCITTFaxDecode/Height 2681/ImageMask true/Length 58792/Name/Im8/Subtype/Image/Type/XObject/Width 1760>>stream More than 25% of surveyed Australian teachers feel that they need more professional development for Aboriginal education. �sڸ���S�!�g�G)Ȓw坝o|d˄M�.�H�l ����[w�~�DDDE�`���9��A�^�۠������. Instead, teaching and learning took place all day every day in … (CM) female nurse washing elderly initiated male Aboriginal, a female nurse teaching an Aboriginal man self‐catheterisation or a male doctor undertaking a vaginal inspection) is likely to cause great distress and ‘shame’. The REA is designed to put the learning needs of First Nation students first, by improving access to education in Ontario. A|���4#�������rֱ�z�kE�eYPn(h[��A���(6�7VK�I�DD�dx4"�a� ��"�]��0N�D�G�B%В�q2��jI�V�����"""" ��B!� �9�֦�[_F�궾��q�bJ���PaC��>+��S�2$��o�t����v )&�L�����j(�\����Xr Z��#�T�������(s�2*�A�_x��p�N!���޵k�����~���_�s�z~�-_�_�\%����_��RR#8������][� ���R0���̉����K�h3�@��P�����EǑ�O�k����$����Ó����i�$� I|��꾮4v�(�G���a��4 This is the belief that all natural objects possess a soul. 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North Island College is honoured to acknowledge the traditional territories of the combined 35 First Nations of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Kwakwaka’wakw and Coast Salish traditions, on whose traditional and unceded territories the College’s campuses are situated. "@���A����h�4�81!Gr|��"ߠ�0� The Elders in Residence are a real encouragement, keeping me on track and helping me look at the world in a new way. Learn about this holistic and culturally-relevant program to support Indigenous students. �jƜ7^i��;���@�u)N'�$���ة�E^�Fr=ֵ����w�US[��0���͕���'[%]�.�̽mCDx�:�c#����4�K$:̈́uO���Rۮ����Tfm�~2\K����6�E����.f-9�uC�%r>��,��� Education was grounded firmly in the First Nations’ sense of spirituality and responded to the practical demands of day to day living within a defined traditional territory. Aboriginal children learn best and most efficiently when taught by a culturally-aware teacher, preferably an Aboriginal teacher. )�����n׉SI�R�'Uk�h/����{���n�? 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"�*E�����< }-4Gc�� Learning in Indigenous communities is a process that involves all members in the community. Join our mailing lists to stay up-to-date on the latest news from NIC's Indigenous Education department: I feel a strong sense of community at NIC. Traditional Aboriginal Education Methods Applied in the Classroom. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, v3 n4 p17-23 Dec 1978. H�\�KO�0���sR��EpJC+� The Ministry of Education is committed to improving Indigenous education in Ontario, improving student achievement and well-being, and closing the achievement gap between Indigenous students and all students. '�mn����"""""��* In traditional Aboriginal cultures, what was the purpose of education? Traditional education among most Indigenous peoples was accomplished using several techniques, including observation and practice, family and group socialization, oral teachings and participation in community ceremonies and institutions. 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This led to the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Policy which had long-term goals of making education access, participation and outcomes more equitable for Aboriginal people. Education has always been central to Aboriginal economic, social and cultural development. Education in aboriginal communities was community based, incorporated into daily life from birth to death. More than half the teachers of schools with more than 10% Aboriginal students said they had no professional development in schooling them during the past 3 years. h�b```f``bf`d`Ъe`@ �#G��ڳb����_>g~%���+S/���t�{����}�k���o��� �LX`�b�@[Հt��nטA �,�:��@� xK.= endstream endobj 56 0 obj <> endobj 57 0 obj <>>>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/Type/Page>> endobj 58 0 obj <>stream This strategy has been designed to improve opportunities for First Nation, Métis and Inuit students, to increase the knowledge and awareness of all students about Indigenous histories, cultures and perspectives. Through the REA, eligible First Nation students and their families will be supported by a consistent and transparent process when choosing where they wish to study – whether it be at a provincially-funded school, or a First Nation-operated or federally-operated school. Ontario's Indigenous Education Strategy is supporting First Nation, Métis and Inuit students to achieve their full potential. They do not believe that a rock possesses a soul, but they might believe that a particular rock outcrop was created by a particular deity in the creation period, or … For example, in Inuitcommunities, boys received training o… Indigenous Education North Island College is honoured to acknowledge the traditional territories of the combined 35 First Nations of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Kwakwaka’wakw and Coast Salish traditions, on whose traditional and unceded territories the College’s campuses are situated. 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Aboriginal people do not believe in animism. 55 0 obj <> endobj 61 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[]/Index[55 12]/Info 54 0 R/Length 51/Prev 1009092/Root 56 0 R/Size 67/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Ontario's Indigenous Education Strategy is supporting First Nation, Métis and Inuit students to achieve their full potential. :�l4t�S��#Ī���x��NU>����Y��p�LÀ��Ůd��rNߢ�� ���n endstream endobj 60 0 obj <>/Filter/CCITTFaxDecode/Height 2681/ImageMask true/Length 58792/Name/Im8/Subtype/Image/Type/XObject/Width 1760>>stream More than 25% of surveyed Australian teachers feel that they need more professional development for Aboriginal education. �sڸ���S�!�g�G)Ȓw坝o|d˄M�.�H�l ����[w�~�DDDE�`���9��A�^�۠������. Instead, teaching and learning took place all day every day in … (CM) female nurse washing elderly initiated male Aboriginal, a female nurse teaching an Aboriginal man self‐catheterisation or a male doctor undertaking a vaginal inspection) is likely to cause great distress and ‘shame’. The REA is designed to put the learning needs of First Nation students first, by improving access to education in Ontario. A|���4#�������rֱ�z�kE�eYPn(h[��A���(6�7VK�I�DD�dx4"�a� ��"�]��0N�D�G�B%В�q2��jI�V�����"""" ��B!� �9�֦�[_F�궾��q�bJ���PaC��>+��S�2$��o�t����v )&�L�����j(�\����Xr Z��#�T�������(s�2*�A�_x��p�N!���޵k�����~���_�s�z~�-_�_�\%����_��RR#8������][� ���R0���̉����K�h3�@��P�����EǑ�O�k����$����Ó����i�$� I|��꾮4v�(�G���a��4 This is the belief that all natural objects possess a soul. 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North Island College is honoured to acknowledge the traditional territories of the combined 35 First Nations of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Kwakwaka’wakw and Coast Salish traditions, on whose traditional and unceded territories the College’s campuses are situated. "@���A����h�4�81!Gr|��"ߠ�0� The Elders in Residence are a real encouragement, keeping me on track and helping me look at the world in a new way. Learn about this holistic and culturally-relevant program to support Indigenous students. �jƜ7^i��;���@�u)N'�$���ة�E^�Fr=ֵ����w�US[��0���͕���'[%]�.�̽mCDx�:�c#����4�K$:̈́uO���Rۮ����Tfm�~2\K����6�E����.f-9�uC�%r>��,��� Education was grounded firmly in the First Nations’ sense of spirituality and responded to the practical demands of day to day living within a defined traditional territory. Aboriginal children learn best and most efficiently when taught by a culturally-aware teacher, preferably an Aboriginal teacher. )�����n׉SI�R�'Uk�h/����{���n�? Indigenous role models who can provide cultural guidance and traditional knowledge, Available to help you explore programs, create an educational plan and secure financial support, Learn about programs, courses and research opportunities informed by Indigenous ways of knowing and being, Learn about the wide range of resources available to help you reach your goals, Students with Indigenous ancestry may be eligible for a priority seat, Explore options to help fund your education including scholarships, bursaries and band funding, Spaces where Indigenous students can connect with each other, Elders and advisors, Connect with other students and participate in activities, councils and student-led events, Learn about NIC’s partnerships with Indigenous communities to meet regional needs, The latest Indigenous news and events in one place, Read NIC's Aboriginal Service Plan 2019/2020. 2. Aboriginal people have always practiced a holistic approach to education and all aspects of life. The adults responsible for educating youth included parents, grandparents, members of the extended family and community elders.

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