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Who we are is where we come from : a historical curriculum resource for the Pic Mobert First Nation
This qualitative study was undertaken in order to create a curriculum resource for use at the Netamisakomik Centre for Education (K-Grade 8 School) on the Pic Mobert First Nation. The Pic Mobert First Nation is located in ...
Critical reflection in the secondary classroom: anti-oppression education
This thesis argues that schools are sites where an ideology of colonialism is reproduced through the roles of the institution, the educators (and their education), the students and the absence of an integrated community. ...
Coming full circle : non-Aboriginal teachers' narratives of their engagement in urban Aboriginal education
Current Aboriginal researchers address how Eurocentrism construsts and reinforces a set of normative and oppressive "educational" values that do not recognize or include Indigenous epistemologies. A few studies are emerging ...
The significance of the land in the education and health of Anishinaabe youth from Pic River First Nation
This study shares the experiences of twenty-one Anishinabek youth from Pic River First Nation, Ontario, Canada in relation to how the Land is significant for their education and good health. This thesis is meant as a small ...
Trickster chases the tale of education
The research story is a narrative woven of [the author's] own self reflections, the voice of the co-researchers, and traditional Mi'kmaw story characters. The story follows a group of community members from Wildcat First ...