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Dr  Marie Battiste - Situating Indigenous Knowledge systems - YouTube

Situating Indigenous knowledge systems within a decolonizing framework for educatio

▶ Inuit story telling with Michael Kusugak - YouTube. The Stories, Histories and Peoples of Alberta.

Inuit story teller and author Michael Kusugak recounts a story from his youth to Canadian youth participants of Inuit arts and culture week hosted at Histori.

How schools across Canada are bringing Indigenous knowledge to the fore - Macleans.ca

Don’t consider it specialized education—it’s knowledge with broad application and lots of potential

Ian Mauro's Blog on Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change

Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change

Dr. Marie Battiste - Situating Indigenous knowledge systems within a decolonizing framework for education on Vimeo

Marie Battiste - Situating Indigenous knowledge systems within a decolonizing framework for education on Vimeo

Bridging the Knowledge Gap and Engaging with TRC Calls to Action | Indigenous Initiatives

Bridging the Knowledge Gap and Engaging with TRC Calls to Action

Deepening Knowledge to Inspire Action: Including Aboriginal Perspectives in Teaching Practice | Nardozi | in education

Deepening Knowledge to Inspire Action: Including Aboriginal Perspectives in Teaching Practice

FourDirectionsTeachings.com is a visually stunning audio narrated resource for learning about Indigenous knowledge and philosophy from five diverse First Nations in Canada.

FourDirectionsTeachings- "is a visually stunning audio narrated resource for learning about Indigenous knowledge and philosophy from five diverse First Nations in Canada.

Aboriginal custodians believe a massive dieback of Manna Gum in Monaro is the result of a lack of traditional burning practices.

Monaro dieback brings science and Aboriginal knowledge together

This film might be difficult to watch, but it's "potentially transformational", says Chelsea Vowel. The revenge tale set in the 70s residential schools era is a work of fiction, but every single event portrayed has happened in Canada's indigenous communities.

Why every Canadian should watch Rhymes for Young Ghouls

This film might be difficult to watch, but it's "potentially transformational", says Chelsea Vowel. The revenge tale set in the residential schools era is a work of fiction, but every single event portrayed has happened in Canada's indigenous communities.

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