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Considering the Medicine Wheel: Effective Strategies for Increasing Achievement Among FNMI Students

In this powerpoint, the South Slave Divisional Education Council shares their work to increase achievement of the First Nations, Metis and Inuit (Deninu) students. The powerpoint shares data, processes and priorities set by the Council, as well as culturally responsive pedagogy used to increase achievement. This resource is focused on professional development for districts and schools.

URL:http://o.b5z.net/i/u/10063916/f/Considering_the_Medicine_Wheel_v3.pdf
Type(s):Text Resource
Focus(s):First Nations, Métis, Inuit
Audience(s):Instructional Leaders
Teaching Quality Standards:
    Principal Leadership Quality Standards:
    • Support knowledge of First Nations, Métis, Inuit
    Keyword(s):FNMI, Indigenous, Leadership
    Level(s):Elementary, Junior High, Senior High
    Is External:Yes
    Date Posted:October 31, 2014