Successful Practices include documented research, frameworks, models, and educational strategies that have worked to enhance kindergarten to grade 12 student success. Indspire evaluates and shares these proven practices here, for the benefit of Indigenous education stakeholders nationwide.
Practices are evaluated using seven principles created by consultation with national Indigenous scholars. The principles honour Indigenous ways of knowing and values. Educators, parents, school boards, and others will find the Successful Practices a valuable resource for sharing proven educational strategies to help Indigenous students succeed.
Specific criteria must be met before Indspire will evaluate a practice.
This interactive eBook provides readers the opportunity to learn about Inuit culture based on the experiences of Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board students and teachers. Explore Nunavut geography, culture, history, government and activism. This interactive resource includes video clips, panoramic and 3D images, sound bites of the Inuktitut language and syllabic script and quizzes to engage student inquiry. In addition, it acts as an accompaniment to two documentaries developed (one teacher excursion and the other a student excursion)
Successful Practices provide an opportunity for you to share your learnings and experience with others. A successful practice is any legislation, policy, research, initiative, project, strategy, program, procedure or resource that reflects the foundational Indigenous global principles established by Indspire.
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