This resource is a research project through the medicine wheel of learning.
Task: In pairs or triads, consult the following media sources to complete the ‘Medicine Wheel of Learning’ graphic organizer and
complete the research/writing prompts based on a particular resource. Continue reading
Click here to view one of STAO’s newest resources that deals with FNMI education in the elementary panel.
This is one of several items in the recent issue of STAONews. Full access to STAONews is an exclusive benefit to STAO members.
Join #ontsshg and #STAOchat for a joint Twitter chat about First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI).
May 12, 2016 at 9 pm.
Moderator Meg O’Mahony @megomam & @oessta1
Working with First Nation, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) colleagues to
incorporate Indigenous Understandings in Science and Social Studies
Q1. Where do you see a good overlap in the Science and Social Studies
Curricula for incorporating Indigenous understanding? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q2. What is your understanding of why the Truth & Reconciliation Report
Recommendations place such an emphasis on education? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q3. A concern about incorporating indigenous understandings is lack of
knowledge and understanding. What do #STAOchat & #ontsshg need to do
to provide support for our teachers?
Q4. What are some of the best practices for approaching content related to
FNMI peoples and experiences? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q5. Where are there overlaps between teaching strategies and ways of
Indigenous Learning? #ontsshg #STAOchat
Q6. How can we address FNMI peoples and experiences without “leaving
them in stone?”#ontsshg #STAOchat