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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.

Listen & Learn

By Dr. Angela Nardozi

A blog featuring resources and ideas for educators about incorporating Indigenous content into your teaching.

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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