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FEDCAN Blog: Everything is alive and everyone is related: Indigenous knowing and inclusive education

by Jean-Paul Restoule, Jan. 25, 2011.

OISE professor Jean-Paul Restoule on why incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into all curriculum is important. (For teachers)

FEDCAN Blog: Changing the subject in teacher education: indigenous, diasporic, and settler colonial relations

by Martin J. Cannon, May 17, 2011.

OISE professor Martin J. Cannon authors another entry regarding teacher education and indigenous, diasporic and settler colonial relations.

STARS Anti-Racism and Indigenous Education Resource Blog: Becoming and Being an Ally of Aboriginal Education

By the Student Teachers Anti-Racism Society (STARS), Sunday, January 30, 2011.

A summary of Dr. Verna St. Denis's  research findings regarding the characteristics of Aboriginal education allies.

17 Ways to Promote a Culturally Aware Classroom by:
Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples

From the website: Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples ™ is Canada’s first and foremost online magazine dedicated and designed to help you, or your organization, with the goal Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples™

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