Its great to see our southern neighbours are on a similar journey to us! And I think we can learn from each other. I love Brown's comment, "Our children (FN) are going to be…. proud!"
Teaching Tribal Sovereignty Is Finally Required in Washington Public Schools. The Next Fight: Getting Teachers to Embrace the Curriculum.
Teaching Tribal History Is Finally Required in Washington Public Schools
1 month ago
Lisa Read, Technology Coordinator shared this today, "Speaking of benefits, did you hear about this band from Sweden called "John Moose"? I know that sounds like the set- up to an inappropriate joke, but this is (as the kids say) legit. The band developed an app that can access Google Map data. Their album is available to purchase on the iTunes store, but will not download until the purchaser is deep in a forest (as certified by the app's algorithm that uses geolocation data the user's smart phone). The app was designed by the group's drummer, with the goal of getting listeners to think about nature. More information here: http://time.com/3901394/…
Can you imagine using that kind of technology for scavenger hunts? Orienteering? Easter Egg hunts?" sharing traditional FN knowledge, teaching Hul'q'umi'num,...
John Moose has specific plans for listeners of their pre-release album app
This Swedish Band Released Music You Can Only Hear in the Woods
2 months ago
June 17th ABED GRADUATION DINNER
Who: Aboriginal graduates and their families
Please contact Donna at 250 748 0321 ext 235 for more information.
2 months ago
Yun’ye’num' Spe’uth Snuhwulh / Laughing Bear Canoe
This is a short video of the Canoe being steamed.
2 months ago
September 3, 2013
Uy’skweyul siem nu siiye’yu!
Tawnshi! Nimeytaen ainwapimitan!
Welcome to another year of growth and learning. Aboriginal education (ABED) is a diverse and vibrant department where we celebrate the gifts, strengths and identity of our students and families and the staff who work with them. We work throughout the district to foster inclusive classrooms and schools where each and every student feels a sense of belonging and experiences academic success.
We want to tell you a little more about who we are and what we do so we have included some answers to frequently asked questions below. You can also visit our website at http://abed.sd79.bc.ca or join our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ABEDsd79. We hope that you will make contact with the ABED staff at your school this year, say hi and look for ways to join us in our work.
Denise Augustine Joe Rhodes
Principal of Aboriginal Education Superintendent
250 748 0321 ext 241 250 748 0321 ext 220
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Aboriginal Education is a department of School District 79. We are dedicated to improving the success of Aboriginal learners in our school district by working with students, teachers, parents, and administration to support cultural and traditional education strategies for our Aboriginal learners empowering them to excel at their strengths.
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