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Eating Healthy. Nutrition is the foundation in maintaining good health.
There are many, many resources available on healthy eating. It is about taking the time and finding the resources that resonate with your specific needs, (ie sodium-free, gluten-free, vegetarian diets, etc). Nutrition tips for health and wellness • Eat whole foods (vegetables, fruits, beans, lean poultry/meats, seafood, fish, grains)• Eat Traditional Foods (fish, berries, seafood, wild meats, roots)• Drink water (6-8 glasses/day)• Avoid hydrogenated and trans-fats; as well as reduce saturated fats• Eat vegetables with every meal• Avoid sugary drinks (pop, energy drinks, ice teas, lemonades, sugary coffee drinks, fruit drinks)• Mindful Eating (Sit for all meals, focus on eating, chew your food) Four Key tips to Eating Healthy Balance.
Traditional_Food_Fact_Sheets. Theytus Books. IRSR11-12-Sources. Indigenous Publishers List. Indigenous Book Publishers List Aboriginal Issues Press — Aboriginal Issues Press publishes refereed books dealing with aboriginal topics.
Profits from the sale of these books are used to support the Aboriginal Issues Press scholarship at the University of Manitoba. (www.umanitoba.ca/environment/aboriginal_issues_press.html) Cree Literacy Network — The Cree Literacy Network was created in 2010 to promote Cree language and cultural literacy, through the publication of bilingual books and other literacy materials (in Cree and English) that use Standard Roman Orthography for writing Cree. (www.creeliteracy.org/) FOUR Colours Productions — FOUR Colours Productions is a non-aboriginal storytelling collaboration that creates tools for children of colours and languages. GoodMinds.com — Goodminds.blueprintagencies.ca started to make it easy for educators, librarians and interested individuals to find the best Native North American Educational Resources available.
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When it comes to our first peoples, Canadians are pretty ignorant.
Critics say school is a prime place to fix that. Time to teach more than 'just the basics': Lynda Gray of Urban Native Youth Alliance, author of First Nations 101. Changing the school experience for aboriginal children may be a slow process, but it's one that's getting a lot of attention. After decades of languishing behind their non-aboriginal peers, aboriginal education deficits and reforms are making headlines across the country. Grades are slowly but surely going up, as is federal funding for aboriginal education on reserves. But while attention is paid to improving the education experience for aboriginal children, there is much room for improvement in what the rest of Canada learns about aboriginal people in school, say those pushing to evolve the curriculum.
Under closer scrutiny, that opinion doesn't hold water. Education is the best defence against ignorance. Ab persp. BC Teachers' Federation. British Columbia's Project of Heart. Principles of learning. CBC - 8th Fire - Home. Home - FNESC. Building Student Success - BC's New Curriculum. Shared. Awp moving forward. Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) Shannen's Dream - School Resources. Jump to navigation Shannen's Dream - School Resources Education for reconciliation and social justice: Bringing the Shannen’s Dream, Jordan’s Principle, and I am a witness campaigns into the classroom The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society (Caring Society) is honoured to work with educators and schools across Canada to engage children and youth in peaceful and respectful processes of reconciliation designed to achieve culturally based equity for First Nations children.
The below resource guides offer ideas for engaging students to understand and address inequalities experienced by First Nations children through three interrelated campaigns: Shannen’s Dream, Jordan’s Principle, and I am a witness. You may also find useful... Examples of learning in action... Caring Society Resource Guides: Reconciliation Canada. Walking Together. The Failure of Reconciliation — Taiaiake Alfred. This is an addendum to the post I did a few weeks back — “A Short Course On The Theory Of Continuous Recolonization Of Indigenous People” — showing a comprehensive series of lectures on indigenous people and colonialism by Taiaiake Alfred.
This is an update or a letter from the barricades or a reanimation of the struggle in the form of a talk delivered in April at a conference at l’Université du Québec in Montreal. You have to watch this man speak. He’s amiable, articulate, intelligent and indomitable. In a cynical age, he’s a moralist, a smart man with a conscience and a mission. Not to be ignored. Click here to watch “The Failure of Reconciliation” Here’s what I wrote last time: IndigenousStorytelling Corntassel. Speaking My Truth. Gwich'in Native Elders. Teaching%20in%20a%20FN%20School. Working%20with%20Elders Herman%20Michell. A Summative Evaluation of the Stronger Smarter Learning Communities Project : Vol 1 and Vol 2.