Resources

This collection of Indigenous Education Resources is designed to provide valuable information and support you in making excellence in Indigenous education a priority.

Horizon Map

A Manitoba map of supports and resources for Indigenous students navigating post-secondary education.

Wise Practices for Working with Elders

Resource Sub-Committee

The following Wise Practices for Working with Elders were created as a foundational information for post secondary institutions in Manitoba to build and strengthen relationships with Indigenous Elders/Knowledge Keepers and community members. These can be adopted or adjusted for your institutional needs in collaboration and consultation with Elders/Knowledge Keepers. For …

David Newhouse Keynote Presentation

Indigenous Knowledge and Indigenization The Trent Experience

Bringing Indigenous Knowledge into academia is like planting a garden: it requires careful preparation of the soil, careful planting of seeds and watering and weeding the garden as it grows.

Dr. John Chenoweth Keynote Presentation

Establishing Enduring Pathways

Credit Transfer strategies to promote student mobility in the area of Indigenous language proficiency and education.

Manitoba Inuit Association’s Inuit Student Mentorship Program

Manitoba Inuit Association’s Inuit Student Mentorship Program is an after school program, that brings Inuit high school students together with Inuit post-secondary students, allowing youth to learn Inuit culture, traditions and tools that allow access to post-secondary school so we can remove barriers to successful graduation and enrollment.

The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata, Inc.

Manitoba Indigenous Youth Achievement Awards

(MIYAA)

Manitoba Aboriginal Language Strategy

(MALS)

Ka Ni Kanichihk

Indspire

Community-based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program

(CATEP)

Building Student Success with Aboriginal Parents Initiatives

Aboriginal Council of Winnipeg

Indigenous Inclusion Directorate

Elders and Knowledge Keepers in Schools: Guidelines