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Grateful to see more Indigenous children, youth and families being reflected in their schools. Seeing beautiful artwork in school hallways like this one put a great big smile on my face. #Artwork #Gifts #IndigenousEducation #ElementarySchool #ProudToBe #ProudToLearn #ShineBright #Culture #Teachings #NextGen #Grateful #InAGoodWay
Beautiful artwork at Baibombeh Anishinabe School #trentu #fphl #indigenouseducation #indigenousart
Higher Degrees by Research. Indigenous student support @qutrealworld qutrealworld Indigenous Research Engagement Unit #indigenous #highereducation #indigenousaustralia #phd #phdchat #indigenouseducation #qut #queenslanduniversityoftechnology
STRATEGIC PLANNING | Crystallizing outcomes and strategies with the Ahkwesáhsne Mohawk Board of Education management team. 
#IndigenousEducation #strategicplanning #operationalplanning #professionalservices
Also known as the Heévâhetaneo'o, the Southern Cheyenne homeland is primarily in southern Colorado and western Oklahoma.
"✊We are all a part of Mother Earth, and she is a part of all of us. 🌎
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 By: idk (Tag: #headdress #nativepride #powwow #tribaltattoo #aboriginalculture #jingledress #powwowlife #nativeamericanshepherd #nativeamericanmuseum #nativesonly #americanindiantattoo #indigenousfilm  #headdressstyles #nativeabedabun #nativeachak)
Looking for a way to commemorate a Orange Shirt day in your class? Or maybe foster reconciliation and understanding? Check out our unit on Indigenous people in New Country of Canada! #teacherspayteachers #teachingresources #teachersofinstagram #indigenouseducation
Went on my first bush trip today with my little darlings! No service, internet, or printing for 24hrs - just the desert and a camera. We survived. Just. 🌵
Went on my first bush trip today with my little darlings! No service, internet, or printing for 24hrs - just the desert and a camera. We survived. Just. 🌵
Two of our Kununurra Girls Academy students, Halejah Storey and Simahli Dryden have been accepted into the ASSETS program. This is a program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are interested in going onto further study and/or into careers in science, technology, engineering, or Maths (STEM). The nine-day residential summer school is for students who have completed Year 10, which is then followed by a leadership and support program.
Halejah will be heading to Townsville during the school holidays to work with the Australian Institute of Marine Science. She will be concentrating on fire and ecology with CSIRO. Simahli will be heading to Adelaide in January with CSIRO Food and Nutrition and the South Australian Museum for an environmental assessment. It has been the girls’ genuine interest in science that has led to them being given such fantastic opportunities. #girlsacademy #summerschool #furthereducation #aboriginaleducation #indigenouseducation #STEM #science
Two of our Kununurra Girls Academy students, Halejah Storey and Simahli Dryden have been accepted into the ASSETS program. This is a program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are interested in going onto further study and/or into careers in science, technology, engineering, or Maths (STEM). The nine-day residential summer school is for students who have completed Year 10, which is then followed by a leadership and support program. Halejah will be heading to Townsville during the school holidays to work with the Australian Institute of Marine Science. She will be concentrating on fire and ecology with CSIRO. Simahli will be heading to Adelaide in January with CSIRO Food and Nutrition and the South Australian Museum for an environmental assessment. It has been the girls’ genuine interest in science that has led to them being given such fantastic opportunities. #girlsacademy  #summerschool  #furthereducation  #aboriginaleducation  #indigenouseducation  #STEM  #science 
...mmm...love leaving natural stone, this Inukshuk is made from a stone I collected from Northwestern Ontario and is for sale at the Open House this weekend or via etransfer anytime, hehe... #art #artlovers #bohemianchic #traditionalart #indigenouseducation #handtools #metisartist #stoneart #inukshuk #soapstonecarving
A powerful discussion this afternoon in Ottawa. Thank you to our partner, @univcan, to all of our panelists and a special thank you to all of the students who participated in our survey. #IndigenousEducation
A powerful discussion this afternoon in Ottawa. Thank you to our partner, @univcan, to all of our panelists and a special thank you to all of the students who participated in our survey. #IndigenousEducation 
Yavapai
"✌️Because early tribes did not have any sort of official education or schools like we do, theyre children were expected to learn. Boys followed the men around, and were taught how to hunt and other things.On the other side, girls followed the women around and learned to do traditional women's work like making baskets, working on the fields etc.
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Yavapai "✌️Because early tribes did not have any sort of official education or schools like we do, theyre children were expected to learn. Boys followed the men around, and were taught how to hunt and other things.On the other side, girls followed the women around and learned to do traditional women's work like making baskets, working on the fields etc. . By: internet (Tag: #12tribes  #indigenouspeoplesday  #tribalstyle  #12tribesofisrael  #notyourmascot  #nativeamericanlivesmatter  #nativenation  #nativefish  #nativeflowersofaustralia  #nativesunite  #cherokeetribe  #nativeamericanquotes  #indigenoustribal  #siouxtribal  #powwowfutures )
We’re in Ottawa for the #IndigenousEducation Roundtable with @universitiesincanada Featuring a panel of youth and @uwinnipeg President, moderated by our President & CEO, Roberta Jamieson. #LeadersoftheFuture
We’re in Ottawa for the #IndigenousEducation  Roundtable with @universitiesincanada Featuring a panel of youth and @uwinnipeg President, moderated by our President & CEO, Roberta Jamieson. #LeadersoftheFuture 
At school today, we began a little project we’re calling Random Acts of Reconciliation. The idea is to intentionally engage our students in learning about residential schools, truth & reconciliation, treaties, our responsibilities to one another and creation... and to all sort of things that might fall into the spaces in between.  We then plan to share our work by returning what we borrowed from the earth back to creation and welcoming those who may come across our work to engage in learning of their own.
My friend and artist, @jigger18 , began this journey with us today.  He gently guided students through our shared Canadian history of a system that tried to erase Indigenous identity, introduced Phyllis Webstad’s experience with her orange shirt and offered us a place to enter the healing with some tools to move forward in a good way together.
There were so many heart sparks witnessed today❤️ Thank you, Moses... your gifts humble and inspire me to keep stepping into the gaps. #OrangeShirtDay #EveryChildMatters #truthandreconciliation #canada #medicinewheel #circlekeeper #indigenouseducation #firstnationsart #idlenomore #treaty29 #teacherlife #lifelonglearning
At school today, we began a little project we’re calling Random Acts of Reconciliation. The idea is to intentionally engage our students in learning about residential schools, truth & reconciliation, treaties, our responsibilities to one another and creation... and to all sort of things that might fall into the spaces in between. We then plan to share our work by returning what we borrowed from the earth back to creation and welcoming those who may come across our work to engage in learning of their own. My friend and artist, @jigger18 , began this journey with us today. He gently guided students through our shared Canadian history of a system that tried to erase Indigenous identity, introduced Phyllis Webstad’s experience with her orange shirt and offered us a place to enter the healing with some tools to move forward in a good way together. There were so many heart sparks witnessed today❤️ Thank you, Moses... your gifts humble and inspire me to keep stepping into the gaps. #OrangeShirtDay  #EveryChildMatters  #truthandreconciliation  #canada  #medicinewheel  #circlekeeper  #indigenouseducation  #firstnationsart  #idlenomore  #treaty29  #teacherlife  #lifelonglearning 
Our 1st Philosophy of Indigenous Education (PIE) module for IMI was historical and inspiring. Grateful for Dr. Suina for dropping knowledge and to Tina Patel for being our partner in this work. AND to our first cohort of students who are so courageous! Zuni Pueblo, Zia Pueblo, Cochiti Pueblo, and Standing Rock tribes represent! Represent! #indigenouseducation #indigenousleded #indigenousmontessoriinstitute #forourchildren #forourpeople #forourancestors #prayersanswered🙏🏾
Hot off the press! 2018-2019 Original Voices Youth Council poster! Please share with your contacts. Gchi miigwech. #IndigenousYouth #HighSchool #IndigenousEducation #OVYC #YouthVoice #AdvocatesOfChange #LeadersOfToday #LetYourSpiritShine #Community #OICC #Minwaashin #MNO #uOttawaIRC #Miigwech #InAGoodWay
Our KCLC community retreat was simple and beautiful. Moving forward in Unity, Love, and Faith with our Language as our guide for the sake of our children, people, and ancestors. Dr. Shelly Valdez and her newly college graduated sons’ consensus building skills are uh-mazing! iiwaskatrutsini #indigenouseducation
Our KCLC community retreat was simple and beautiful. Moving forward in Unity, Love, and Faith with our Language as our guide for the sake of our children, people, and ancestors. Dr. Shelly Valdez and her newly college graduated sons’ consensus building skills are uh-mazing! iiwaskatrutsini #indigenouseducation 
On Tuesday the 4th of September, our Dubbo South girls reassessed their career pathway plans. These plans are designed to help guide our girls through years 10, 11 and 12. Our Post-School Options staff assist the girls with subject selections, discussions on what they want to pursue post-school and the best subjects to choose to reach their goals. The session included discussions surrounding setting goals and how to achieve them, work experience, University pathways and trade skills opportunities. 
Many of our girls also attended the Dubbo Jobs Expo today. Over 50 community agencies were in attendance and job opportunities were made available to the girls at the expo. 
We strongly encourage our girls to reach for the stars. Anything is possible, and with a good education your opportunities are endless.
#girlsacademy #postschooloptions #postschoolpathways #education #indigenouseducation #aboriginaleducation #careerpathways #careerplanning  #jobs #jobopportunity #employment #employmentopportunities
On Tuesday the 4th of September, our Dubbo South girls reassessed their career pathway plans. These plans are designed to help guide our girls through years 10, 11 and 12. Our Post-School Options staff assist the girls with subject selections, discussions on what they want to pursue post-school and the best subjects to choose to reach their goals. The session included discussions surrounding setting goals and how to achieve them, work experience, University pathways and trade skills opportunities. Many of our girls also attended the Dubbo Jobs Expo today. Over 50 community agencies were in attendance and job opportunities were made available to the girls at the expo. We strongly encourage our girls to reach for the stars. Anything is possible, and with a good education your opportunities are endless. #girlsacademy  #postschooloptions  #postschoolpathways  #education  #indigenouseducation  #aboriginaleducation  #careerpathways  #careerplanning  #jobs  #jobopportunity  #employment  #employmentopportunities 
Forty brand-new teachers to #sjasd engaged in the blanket activity with our team this morning. Always an important learning opportunity for our Divisional staff! ❤️ #oneheartatatime #IndigenousEducation
Forty brand-new teachers to #sjasd  engaged in the blanket activity with our team this morning. Always an important learning opportunity for our Divisional staff! ❤️ #oneheartatatime  #IndigenousEducation 
Our Term 3 Magazine is out now! Grab yourself a copy of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education edition. ⠀
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#mycatholicidentity #mycatholicschool #tceo #education #catholiceducation #thisistownsville #townsvilleshines #townsville #teaching #indigenouseducation #loveourcatholicschoolsmagazine #term3 #termmagazine #outnow
I was honoured to work with the students and staff of DFC highschool in Thunder Bay...whom I found to be kind, welcoming, up to and on top of a situation that is challenging but doable.
I was honoured to work with the students and staff of DFC highschool in Thunder Bay...whom I found to be kind, welcoming, up to and on top of a situation that is challenging but doable.
Week 38: Kandice Baptiste (@kandicebaptiste), Director. She played basketball her entire life and played for @wluathletics! She is now an integral leader for Indigenous students at Queen’s University (@fourdirectionsqueensu). She encourages young athletes to have fun and push themselves. “Athletic careers are short but the relationships and memories that you build will carry you a lifetime.”
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#52strong #motivationmonday #basketball #goldenhawk #trust #motivateothers #teamplayer #indigenouseducation
Week 38: Kandice Baptiste (@kandicebaptiste), Director. She played basketball her entire life and played for @wluathletics! She is now an integral leader for Indigenous students at Queen’s University (@fourdirectionsqueensu). She encourages young athletes to have fun and push themselves. “Athletic careers are short but the relationships and memories that you build will carry you a lifetime.” * Read her full bio on our site: leadthrusport.ca/52strong * * * * #52strong  #motivationmonday  #basketball  #goldenhawk  #trust  #motivateothers  #teamplayer  #indigenouseducation 
💖We are all a part of Mother Earth, and she is a part of all of us. 🌎
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When a white army battles Indians and wins, it is called a great victory, but if they lose it is called a massacre.
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#ndn #americanindian #nativebeauty #taino #aboriginalamerican #americanindiandog #tainodna #autochthonsstandup #indigenousaustralians #urbannativeera #nicantlacanation #indigenouscommunity #indigenoustribal #siouxtribal #powwowfutures
💖We are all a part of Mother Earth, and she is a part of all of us. 🌎 🔼 Follow us by #nativeachak  or @nativeachak 🔸🔸🔸🔸🔸🔸 🎆 Via: universal.story 🔼 When a white army battles Indians and wins, it is called a great victory, but if they lose it is called a massacre. ➖➖➖➖➖ #ndn  #americanindian  #nativebeauty  #taino  #aboriginalamerican  #americanindiandog  #tainodna  #autochthonsstandup  #indigenousaustralians  #urbannativeera  #nicantlacanation  #indigenouscommunity  #indigenoustribal  #siouxtribal  #powwowfutures 
This picture means a lot to me. Last week our entire school went on a field trip to take part in land based education; receiving cultural teachings on our sacred medicines. This day brought me closer to a culture that I am slowly learning about. A culture that I only had little information on. A culture that was stripped from my family. I sat in a field of wild sage and felt surrounded by my ancestors that have carved this incredible path for me. To say it was a moving moment is an understatement.
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I also witnessed kids from the North End have some fun. We feasted together and then watched them be kids. Giggling, laughing, and participating in different activities. That is an amazing thing to witness. #highschoolteacher #iteachhighschool #canadianteacher #indigenouseducation #landbasededucation #indigenoushistory #culturalteachings #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram #iteachtoo
This picture means a lot to me. Last week our entire school went on a field trip to take part in land based education; receiving cultural teachings on our sacred medicines. This day brought me closer to a culture that I am slowly learning about. A culture that I only had little information on. A culture that was stripped from my family. I sat in a field of wild sage and felt surrounded by my ancestors that have carved this incredible path for me. To say it was a moving moment is an understatement. • I also witnessed kids from the North End have some fun. We feasted together and then watched them be kids. Giggling, laughing, and participating in different activities. That is an amazing thing to witness. #highschoolteacher  #iteachhighschool  #canadianteacher  #indigenouseducation  #landbasededucation  #indigenoushistory  #culturalteachings  #teachersfollowteachers  #teachersofinstagram  #iteachtoo 
Made earthquake cookies with a friend for a school bake sale!! All the proceeds will be going to the Aboriginal Literacy and Numeracy Foundation (third video is what everyone else baked and in total we raised about $650!!) #cookies #schoolbakesale #bakesale #fundraiser #indigenouseducation #yum #brownie #cracklecookies #earthquakecookies #icingsugar #chocolate #sydney #weekendbakes #delicious #fun #dessert #sweet
When you have wetlands in your backyard you learn about wetlands in the best way! Also very lucky to have people in our schools to teach us about the cultural aspects that surround us!
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#fifthgradeteacher #alberta #indigenouseducation #learnoutside #wetlands #culture #culturalteachings #teachersfollowteachers #tattooedteacher #outdooreducation
Teaching the youth Self Defense👊🏽... Indigenous women are the most vulnerable group in Canada in terms of being victims of violence, so we’re ensuring our youth know how to protect themselves 💜 #SelfDefense #RedRisingFreedomSchool #RedRisingEducation #IndigenousEducation
When I was teaching at university (UBC & UAS) I did alI I could to get my students out of the classroom and into learning environments throughout the city. I fill my syllabi with assignments that required them to go to museums, parks, Indigenous performing art events, speaking engagements, & exhibition openings. I loved the work of sharpening their critically while expanding upon their experience of place. It amazed and saddens me how many students never left campus, especially at UBC, before my class. It was awesome to witness their transformation by the end of the course. Now that I am the Sm’algya̱x language and Ts’msyen Culture Coordinator @nagk_school, I’ve been able to take my approach to experiential learning into land pedagogy where my students learn the ways of our people and Sm’algya̱x through harvesting and processing our people’s foods as well as becoming stronger in our songs, dances, and ceremony. This is what a draft of my seasonal course planning looks like. I write it in dry-erase and move it all around depending on what is ready to be harvested, processed etc. Last year @mikedangeli and I were in awe of transformative power of this approach and the deeper relationship to ancestral place (lineage, land, and waterways) that it has on our students. Having them for a full school year, rather than a term or semester, also allows for an incredibly high level of learning! This is year 2 for both of Mike and I. We primarily have the same students, just a few new ones at each grade level, and of course all new Kindergartens. We see our students as elder-in-training and believe they will lead our people in culturally-grounded and impactful ways. We couldn’t be more excited and hopefully for this school year!
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#nagkschool #naaksagyilakyooschool 
#indigenouseducation #indigenous #firstnations #tsimshian #traditionalknowledge #tsmsyeen #smalgyax #tsimshianlanguage #tsimshian #tsmsyeenlanguage #decolonizingeducation #foodsovereignty #smalgyaxlearners #smalgyaxspeakers #drdangelinagk #drdangelinagk #miqueldangeli 
#smalgyaxlanguagemovement 
#kitsumkalum #kitsumkalum_bc #studentsarefutureeducators 
#ourfutureisbright
When I was teaching at university (UBC & UAS) I did alI I could to get my students out of the classroom and into learning environments throughout the city. I fill my syllabi with assignments that required them to go to museums, parks, Indigenous performing art events, speaking engagements, & exhibition openings. I loved the work of sharpening their critically while expanding upon their experience of place. It amazed and saddens me how many students never left campus, especially at UBC, before my class. It was awesome to witness their transformation by the end of the course. Now that I am the Sm’algya̱x language and Ts’msyen Culture Coordinator @nagk_school, I’ve been able to take my approach to experiential learning into land pedagogy where my students learn the ways of our people and Sm’algya̱x through harvesting and processing our people’s foods as well as becoming stronger in our songs, dances, and ceremony. This is what a draft of my seasonal course planning looks like. I write it in dry-erase and move it all around depending on what is ready to be harvested, processed etc. Last year @mikedangeli and I were in awe of transformative power of this approach and the deeper relationship to ancestral place (lineage, land, and waterways) that it has on our students. Having them for a full school year, rather than a term or semester, also allows for an incredibly high level of learning! This is year 2 for both of Mike and I. We primarily have the same students, just a few new ones at each grade level, and of course all new Kindergartens. We see our students as elder-in-training and believe they will lead our people in culturally-grounded and impactful ways. We couldn’t be more excited and hopefully for this school year! . . . #nagkschool  #naaksagyilakyooschool  #indigenouseducation  #indigenous  #firstnations  #tsimshian  #traditionalknowledge  #tsmsyeen  #smalgyax  #tsimshianlanguage  #tsimshian  #tsmsyeenlanguage  #decolonizingeducation  #foodsovereignty  #smalgyaxlearners  #smalgyaxspeakers  #drdangelinagk  #drdangelinagk  #miqueldangeli  #smalgyaxlanguagemovement  #kitsumkalum  #kitsumkalum_bc  #studentsarefutureeducators  #ourfutureisbright 
Having a much needed restful weekend after an amazingly busy and powerful first week back at our school! It was literally THE BEST WEEK back at any job I’ve ever had! Coordinating and teaching along side a wonderful team of elders, we led our Grade 7-12 students through the process of cleaning and smoking salmon in our school’s Wa̱p Sihoon (smokehouse). I planned to have them simaay (go berry picking) and sidzaam (make jam) this week but when the hoon (salmon) comes in they take priority ❤️ So we did fish as well as picking the last of this seasons berries and made jam! We took each of the grade levels (K-12) up Shames Mountain to pick blueberries. They picked 10 gallons! All of which we made into dzaam (jam). So in one week the students made 3 cases of smoked fish, two gallon bags of wooks (thinly sliced smoked salmon) and 6 cases of jam and learned Sm’algyax throughout the harvesting and processing of it all! This would’ve been the school of my dreams when I was growing up. It’s an absolute blessing to be part of the community of teachers and administrators that make it a reality for our @nagk_school students! .
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#nagkschool #naaksagyilakyooschool #indigenouseducation #indigenous #firstnations #traditionalknowledge #tsmsyeen #smalgyax #tsimshianlanguage #tsimshian #tsmsyeenlanguage #decolonizingeducation #foodsovereignty #smalgyaxlearner #smalgyaxspeakers #smalgyaxlanguagemovement #drdangelinagk #drdangeli #miqueldangeli 
#kitsumkalum #kitsumkalum_bc #studentsarefutureeducators
#ourfutureisbright
Having a much needed restful weekend after an amazingly busy and powerful first week back at our school! It was literally THE BEST WEEK back at any job I’ve ever had! Coordinating and teaching along side a wonderful team of elders, we led our Grade 7-12 students through the process of cleaning and smoking salmon in our school’s Wa̱p Sihoon (smokehouse). I planned to have them simaay (go berry picking) and sidzaam (make jam) this week but when the hoon (salmon) comes in they take priority ❤️ So we did fish as well as picking the last of this seasons berries and made jam! We took each of the grade levels (K-12) up Shames Mountain to pick blueberries. They picked 10 gallons! All of which we made into dzaam (jam). So in one week the students made 3 cases of smoked fish, two gallon bags of wooks (thinly sliced smoked salmon) and 6 cases of jam and learned Sm’algyax throughout the harvesting and processing of it all! This would’ve been the school of my dreams when I was growing up. It’s an absolute blessing to be part of the community of teachers and administrators that make it a reality for our @nagk_school students! . . . #nagkschool  #naaksagyilakyooschool  #indigenouseducation  #indigenous  #firstnations  #traditionalknowledge  #tsmsyeen  #smalgyax  #tsimshianlanguage  #tsimshian  #tsmsyeenlanguage  #decolonizingeducation  #foodsovereignty  #smalgyaxlearner  #smalgyaxspeakers  #smalgyaxlanguagemovement  #drdangelinagk  #drdangeli  #miqueldangeli  #kitsumkalum  #kitsumkalum_bc  #studentsarefutureeducators  #ourfutureisbright 
‘If you want to eat kangaroo tail, you gotta learn to cook it!’ Went on a ‘bush trip’ today and Nakamarra taught us how to cook kangaroo tail, listened to Jangala tell a story about his first encounter with white fella and had a splash around in the water with the kids! 😍✌🏼 #livinlaj
‘If you want to eat kangaroo tail, you gotta learn to cook it!’ Went on a ‘bush trip’ today and Nakamarra taught us how to cook kangaroo tail, listened to Jangala tell a story about his first encounter with white fella and had a splash around in the water with the kids! 😍✌🏼 #livinlaj 
So blessed to have Karlos Baca share ancestral wisdom with us about the foods and medicines around us. We loved tasting things and feel more connected to Nihimá Nahasdzáán. 🌎🍃☘️🌵🍀🍂🌾 #rezkidsrising #ancestralwisdom #foodismedicine #indigenouseducation
We love to eat at DEAP! We’re full of such yummy foods prepared by some amazing people. We even collected some indigenous greens to make a salad. Ayóó Łikan! Da dichiin Ninizin? 😋 #rezkidsrising #foodismedicine #indigenouseducation
We love to eat at DEAP! We’re full of such yummy foods prepared by some amazing people. We even collected some indigenous greens to make a salad. Ayóó Łikan! Da dichiin Ninizin? 😋 #rezkidsrising  #foodismedicine  #indigenouseducation 
Our harvest celebration was so much fun. We created our own tsidił (stick game) kits, foraged for foods, made yucca soap and built k’é with our community. 💕✨ #gratitude #rezkidsrising #indigenouseducation #empowerment
When Yazh comes to learn with you. 💕

DEAP asdzáán and at’eed celebrate fall time by grinding corn and chiłchiin (sumac berries) for traditional pudding. 💪🏾 #ancestralmemory #indigenouseducation #rezkidsrising #intergenerationallearning
There is a new art installation at the First Nations University titled, kêhtê-ayak. 
It features 14 art pieces inside 14 tipis in the front lawn of the university along with buffalo sculptures. 
The art was created by 7 artists and the art pieces portray stories of creation, traditional Indigenous knowledge, languages, first contact, MMIWG and residential schools. 
An elders council guided the students in creating the art and FNUniv. associate professor Lionel Peyachew and artist Peter Brass also helped the students. 
CTV spoke to Larissa Kitchemonia and Shayla McNabb about their art piece portraying multiple creation stories.

Make sure to watch our Indigenous Circle segment this Sunday at 6pm to see the story and also go view the art installation at the First Nations University. 
It's quite a thing to see 14 tipis with 14 different artworks inside. Reminds me of listening to elders tell stories inside a tipi when I was in high school. 🙌🏽 The art will be there for the next couple of weeks. 😃
#YQR #IndigenousArt #CreationStories #IndigenousKnowledge #IndigenousEducation #IndigenousHistory #firstnationsuniversity
There is a new art installation at the First Nations University titled, kêhtê-ayak. It features 14 art pieces inside 14 tipis in the front lawn of the university along with buffalo sculptures. The art was created by 7 artists and the art pieces portray stories of creation, traditional Indigenous knowledge, languages, first contact, MMIWG and residential schools. An elders council guided the students in creating the art and FNUniv. associate professor Lionel Peyachew and artist Peter Brass also helped the students. CTV spoke to Larissa Kitchemonia and Shayla McNabb about their art piece portraying multiple creation stories. Make sure to watch our Indigenous Circle segment this Sunday at 6pm to see the story and also go view the art installation at the First Nations University. It's quite a thing to see 14 tipis with 14 different artworks inside. Reminds me of listening to elders tell stories inside a tipi when I was in high school. 🙌🏽 The art will be there for the next couple of weeks. 😃 #YQR  #IndigenousArt  #CreationStories  #IndigenousKnowledge  #IndigenousEducation  #IndigenousHistory  #firstnationsuniversity 
Our team had a wonderful day picking sage! ❤️ #medicine #IndigenousEducation #sjasd #learningfromtheland
Absolutely love this! The revolution will be Indigenized 💪 
There are days where I have wanted to throw that textbook across the room, smash my laptop or ugly cry during a lecture but then I remember how much suffering my ancestors had to endure for me to be here, today. My education will always be for the greater good of my people. I will ALWAYS advocate on behalf of Indigenous Education. ❤ #buildingnations #buildingalegacy #indigenouseducation
Absolutely love this! The revolution will be Indigenized 💪 There are days where I have wanted to throw that textbook across the room, smash my laptop or ugly cry during a lecture but then I remember how much suffering my ancestors had to endure for me to be here, today. My education will always be for the greater good of my people. I will ALWAYS advocate on behalf of Indigenous Education. ❤ #buildingnations  #buildingalegacy  #indigenouseducation 
This summer we had the privilege of interviewing some of our amazing adult education learners on the day they graduated with their secondary school diplomas. They spoke about their experiences, what led them to our program, and how the KPDSB & SGEI Adult Education partnership provided a unique learning opportunity.

To hear what they had to say, head to our Facebook page.

#adulteducation #indigenouseducation #lifelonglearning #kenora #fortfrances
This summer we had the privilege of interviewing some of our amazing adult education learners on the day they graduated with their secondary school diplomas. They spoke about their experiences, what led them to our program, and how the KPDSB & SGEI Adult Education partnership provided a unique learning opportunity. To hear what they had to say, head to our Facebook page. #adulteducation  #indigenouseducation  #lifelonglearning  #kenora  #fortfrances 
FNTI is set up at the Kingston fall fair this weekend! Come check out our 3 sisters display at our tent outside the Bennett barn, or for post-secondary information visit our table inside the barn! .
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#fnti #postsecondary #kingstonfallfair #threesisters #indigenous #agriculture #indigenouseducation