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How can non-native teachers develop culturally responsive programs in remote First Nations communities? : learning from the experts
There are a growing number of scholars who argue that statistics alone do not provide an accurate depiction of Aboriginal education and instead focus on successful education practices in Aboriginal communities and schools. ...
Understanding Aboriginal music for the understanding of Aboriginal cultures
How do Aboriginal musicians and music professionals make connections between their music and their cultures? This qualitative study explores the interconnections between Aboriginal music and Aboriginal cultures and ...
Dis-placing Myself: Decolonizing a Settler Outdoor Environmental Educator
Indigenous communities across Canada are courageously fighting to protect their Lands for future generations. Many settler Canadians are trying to work in solidarity with Indigenous communities to disrupt socio-ecological ...
Traditional knowledge and values today: Nimkii Beneshii Migizii Kwe - Thunder Bird Eagle Woman's perspective
This qualitative study used a narrative story-telling format to further current understanding of traditional Anishinaube knowledge and values. The impetus for this inquiry was the researcher's quest to seek answers to ...
Preservice teachers' perceptions of teaching in communities of Northwestern Ontario
This mixed-method study examined the perceptions of preservice teachers about teaching in Northwestern Ontario, and how these perceptions influence their decisions to apply for teaching positions within the area through ...