Resources – Aboriginal Perspectives

principlesoflearningthumbWeaving Aboriginal Perspectives into the Curriculum (SD37)

Aboriginal Worldviews and Perspectives in the Classroom

First Peoples Principles of Learning (J. Chrona)

First Peoples Principles of Learning (BC Ministry of Ed)

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About J Martens

Educator living and working in Vancouver BC Learning how formative assessment, literacy, inquiry, and technology serve to improve learning and increase engagement (for teachers & students).
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2 Responses to Resources – Aboriginal Perspectives

  1. roskellett1 says:

    These are very useful documents. I am re-reading the Principles of Learning for First Peoples and find that they are useful to think about as I tutor high school students whose first language and culture was not English nor BC school environment. Thanks for sharing!

    • J Martens says:

      You are very welcome! Agree that they are worth regular revisiting.
      I have only skimmed through the “Aboriginal Worldviews and Perspectives in the Classroom” but it looks like it will be a valuable resource.

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