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History: Impacts of Formal Education on FNMI People with Debbie Mineault. Developed by ERLC/ARPDC as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support implementation. Prime Minister John A MacDonald.

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history impacts of formal education on fnmi people with debbie mineault

History:Impacts of Formal Education on FNMI Peoplewith Debbie Mineault

Developed by ERLC/ARPDC as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support implementation

prime minister john a macdonald
Prime Minister John A MacDonald

“[The aim of the government is to] wean [First Nations peoples] by slow degree, from their nomadic habits, which have become almost an instinct, and by slow degrees absorb them on the land”

Sask. Vis. Ed. Photo. Beauval School (03). 1949. The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute. September 1949. Web. Feb 1, 2011.

resource
Resource

Childhood Lost

Implication: How would you feel, if, as a child, you were forced into residential schools?

formal education residential industrial school
Formal Education: Residential/Industrial School

Photographer unknown. Beauval School (01). 1940s. The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute. September 27, 2005. Web. Feb 1, 2011.

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Dept of Education, Sask. Beauval School (05). 1949. The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute. June 27, 2006. Web. Feb 1, 2011.

formal education k 12 village school
Formal Education: K-12 Village School

Lloyd, W.S. New La Ronge School . ND. The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute. September 28, 2005. Web. Feb 1, 2011.

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Dept. of Ed. Beauval Students (03). 1949. The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute. September 28, 2005. Web. Feb 1, 2011.

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No photographer listed. School at Lebret. N.D. The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute. Web. Feb 1, 2011.

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My

Historical

Connections

historically accurate learning environments
Historically AccurateLearning Environments

What strategies can you use in your classroom to create a deeper, more accurate understanding of historical events from multiple perspectives?

welcoming and inviting learning environments
Welcoming and Inviting Learning Environments

How can you create a classroom environment that is welcoming and comfortable for FNMI parents and families?

culturally responsive learning environments
Culturally Responsive Learning Environments

What instructional approaches can you use to ensure respect for the cultural diversity in your classroom?

creating learning environments that promote fnmi student success
Creating Learning Environments that Promote FNMI Student Success
  • Appreciation/understanding of historical and cultural diversity of FNMI students is integral to student success
  • Learning environments that reflect and respect FNMI perspectives benefit all students
  • Positive, collaborative relationships with students, families and communities of FNMI students support student success
next session
Next Session
  • March 16, 2011 Reconnection: FNMI Relationship to Land and Environment
  • 4:00-5:30 pm MST
thank you
Thank you

Contact information:

Debbie.Mineault@gov.ab.ca