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The Five "W's" of Indigenous Perspectives of Education
Who are the indigenous people of North America?
- The indigenous people of North America include the first nations, Metis, Inuit, and American Indian peoples
What are indigenous perspectives of education?
- Indigenous perspectives of education are strategies and content that “facilitate learning about contemporary and traditional First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures, histories, and perspectives among all students” (Ministry of Education 2014).
When did the Ontario schools start weaving in indigenous perspectives of education into the curriculum?
Where are indigenous perspectives of education taught?
- Indigenous perspectives of education are woven into and the content and taught in all accredited schools in Ontario
Why are indigenous perspectives of education taught in the schools?
- To help engage Indigenous students in the learning process and to enrich the educational experience of non-Indigenous students
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