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Walking Together First Nations, Mtis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum A Professional Development Resource Walking Together First Nations, Mtis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum Backgrounder What? How? The Focus
Why? Who? Why understanding our FIRST NATIONS, METIS AND INUIT STUDENT POPULATION MATTERS 3X Growing (3X) 50% < 25
Growing (3X) Young (<25) Urban(+) Growing (3X) Young (<25) Urban (+) Mobile Alberta High School Completion Rate 80 70.4 71.0
70.7 70 60 52.9 50.2 50 41.2 40 34.6
36.4 36.4 2006/07 2007/08 30 20 10 0 2005/06
All Students ESL FNMI Educatio n Business Goal Thr Plan 201 ee: Succ 1-2014 ess for F The outc irst Nati omes ex ons, M
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h g at First N ed in lea F N MI a n rnin ations, M d non-FN ti MI stude g and that the a chievem s and Inuit nts is eli Priority minated ent gap Initiative .
s : 3.1 Impl em Partners ent priorities an d h i p Co u n cil Action strategies identi fied in th Plan. e FNMI E 3.2 Impl ducation ement th e comm Understa itm
nding fo r First Na ents identified in tions ed ucation i the Memorandu 3.3 Attra m of n Alberta ct and re . tai educatio n workfo n increased num bers of F rce. NMI pro fessiona ls in the
Education Ministry Teachers Students School Jurisdiction Who is THE INTENDED AUDIENCE? The
Intent Increase Administrators appreciation Parents/Guardians and understanding of First Nation, Mtis and Inuit diversity. Strengthen Teachers confidence Education in the Stakeholders weaving of First Nation, Mtis and Inuit content, perspectives and experiences. Community members
Encourage and support Indigenous pedagogy. Talking about Aboriginal culture is equivalent to talking about Asian, European or African culture. Each of these broad categories contains countless cultures, and each displays an incredible variety of customs, traditions, languages and perspectives. How is this resource ACCURATE, AUTHENTIC AND APPROPRIATE? Consultation Cycle Stage 5: Verification
Stage 6: Maintenance The draft resource is shared with First Nation, Mtis and Inuit community members and contributors for review of authenticity and accuracy. Consultation with First Nation, Mtis and Inuit community members continues in order to ensure that resource content is culturally authentic and historically accurate. Stage 4: Development
Stage 1: Initiation Collaborative development of the resource proceeds with contributions from First Nation, Mtis and Inuit community members. First Nation, Mtis and Inuit community representatives suggest the establishment of a culturally authentic and historically accurate resource to help educators understand First Nation, Mtis and Inuit perspectives. Stage 3: Planning
Stage 2: Research A program plan is presented to the First Nation, Mtis and Inuit Advisory Committee for feedback and suggestions. Consultation with First Nation, Mtis and Inuit community representatives across Alberta results in development of topic areas and gathering of resource content.
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