CEA: Best practices to indigenize teaching practices

October 18, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The Canadian Education Association has released the latest in the one-page  Facts on Education series , titled What is the Best Way to Indigenize Teaching Practices?

The authors offer 3 main suggestions to integrating teaching practices into Canadian Schools:

  1. Adapt initial teacher training to the pedagogical needs of indigenous students.
  2. Create stronger indigenous presence  in schools by implementing holistic, community-based teaching practices.
  3. Deconstruct the false representations about First Peoples.

You have to read the document for the details! Check it out, Rowan

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