Together in First Peoples Principles of Learning

It is long past time that we gather together as educators to bring First Peoples Principles of Learning into the classroom. Theses principles connect with all our students, whether they are of Aboriginal ancestry or not. However, teaching is exhausting and trying to re-write or tweek our lessons to align with these practices while juggling our many initiatives and roles is beyond challenging. Which is why this blog exists. I will share ideas I design or come across to help bridge the gap, and it is my hope you will do the same. Together we can connect our students to their education in much more meaningful ways. If you are unfamiliar with the principles, the link below will take you to the FNESC poster outlining strong practice for teaching in a First Peoples way.

http://www.fnesc.ca/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/PIPEL-6342c-FNESC-Learning-First-Peoples-poster-11×17.pdf

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