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First Nations, Métis and Inuit Conversations, Ontario College of Teachers

From the document: In the late fall of 2008, the Ontario College of Teachers embarked on a series of conversations with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities. Over a period of two months, 12 conversations were held across Ontario. The goal of this consultative process was to discuss Aboriginal teaching and teacher education with each of the dinstinct dommunities to uncover ways to increase the number of First Nations, Métis and Inuit teachers in Ontario. The conversations themselves were guided by a holistic framework with four key areas:
1. Aboriginal teacher education standards resources
2. Aboriginal teacher education programs
3. Becoming a certified teacher
4. Becoming a member of the Ontario College of Teachers.

Map of Tribal Nations

Map of Tribal Native American and Canadian Nations with traditional names and locations.

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