Posted by: Richard Schwier | February 17, 2009

A First Nations and Métis Education Promising Practices Symposium

The Ministry of Education along with the Aboriginal Learning Knowledge Centre will be co-hosting A First Nations and Métis Education Promising Practices Symposium. This symposium will allow school divisions and respective partners to share promising practices that support improved outcomes for all learners with emphasis on First Nations and Métis youth.

Promising practices may include initiatives such as: representative workforce initiatives, initiatives and projects that align with Continuous Improvement plans, qualitative and quantitative data collection, instruction/curriculum materials, and other inquiry-based projects that support promising practices exemplified in current research.

The Aboriginal Learning Knowledge Centre and the Canadian Council on Learning will offer presentations on ‘redefining success in Aboriginal learning’ and the cumulative work of the six Animation Theme Bundles who have been providing leadership in uncovering promising practices and research gaps in Aboriginal learning.

More information is available at the following link:
http://www.education.gov.sk.ca/Promising-Practices-April-2009

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