aboriginal learning process

Children’s Book Project

Suzanne  -  Apr 03, 2018  -  , , , , , , , , ,  -  Comments Off on Children’s Book Project
Suzanne Methot and Toronto Green Community (TGC) are pleased to announce that they are joining forces on the Rivers Rising Book Project! This project responds to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #62 by creating age-appropriate curriculum using Indigenous knowledge and teaching methods. Suzanne will write the text of the book, which will […]

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Five Symptoms of a Culturally Unconscious Educator

Suzanne  -  Jul 06, 2015  -  , , , , , ,  -  Comments Off on Five Symptoms of a Culturally Unconscious Educator
Dragonfly recently came across an interesting post in the Educator’s Lounge group on LinkedIn. Co-authored by Kimberly McLeod, Academic Dean and Executive Director at Texas Southern University, and Wendy Mackey, School Administration Supervisor for the Halifax Regional School Board and adjunct faculty member for St. Francis Xavier University, the article discusses what happens when teachers […]

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Looking, Listening, and Learning

Suzanne  -  Jul 04, 2012  -  , ,  -  Comments Off on Looking, Listening, and Learning
Dragonfly recently attended a town hall event sponsored by a federal political party. During the event – which was organized to gather ideas on urban Aboriginal policy – the sponsor MP said, “We need to get back to ‘doing.’ We know that Aboriginal children learn by doing.” Dragonfly hears this a lot, and unfortunately, it […]

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