"Although there are two distinct aspects to Aboriginal Education (i.e., education of Aboriginal students and education about Aboriginal peoples in BC and Canada), there is remarkable overlap between what is involved in achieving success with respect to each." from Aboriginal Worldviews and Perspectives in the Classroom: Moving Forward p. 12
Native Indian Teacher Education Program
There is a shortage of Aboriginal teachers in BC, and an increasing number of Aboriginal people desire to become teachers. NITEP was designed to meet these particular needs.
UBC Faculty of Education
Graduate, Undergraduate and Professional Development Programs
UBC Teacher Education Office
The Teacher Education Office (TEO) administers and implements the Bachelor of Education (BEd), diplomas and certificates, and teacher updating.
This introduction to K-12 Indigenous education includes search strategies for finding books and articles as well as curriculum resources and lesson plans.
#NativeReads: New Guide for Native American Heritage Month 2016
The First Nations Development Institute partnered with Dr. Debbie Reese (Nambé Pueblo) to assemble the Native American Children's Literature Recommended Reading List and an accompanying discussion guide for each book on the list. The five books are essential reading for young ones in Head Start and preschool, to elementary and middle schoolers. For high school students there is a Native comic book. The reading list is full of wonderful, culturally authentic stories and cover art.
Photo from AFN website.
Aboriginal Worldviews and Perspectives in the Classroom: Moving Forward is a new, online resource guide developed to help educators gain further understanding about reconciliation. It aligns with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action and the revised British Columbia curriculum, emphasizing relevant, authentic inclusion of content regarding Aboriginal culture, language and history.
Published by the British Columbia Ministry of Education, Aboriginal voice is dominant in this guide and it reflects the opinions of community members.