The Learning Circle: Five Voices of Aboriginal Youth in Canada1 year ago 1 year ago
This toolkit was developed by the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development.
HERE’S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:
Five Voices of Aboriginal Youth in Canada is the product of a series of 15 interviews from five different Aboriginal communities across Canada – three youth in each community. The interviews, conducted by a team from McGill University, were tape recorded and then synthesized to produce five narratives, each drawing accurately from the three youth responses to the interview questions in that community. Following this, an educational team created a selection of education activities to complement the narratives, and a number of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal experts in education and in First Nations and Inuit culture reviewed the document. Before finalizing this written resource, it was also reviewed by panels of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal youth and by Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal educators to gauge the effectiveness of the material in terms of cultural accuracy, youth engagement, readability, and potential for acquired awareness. The suggestions and comments gathered from these panel reviews were then incorporated into the original document to generate the final publication.
Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development. (2007). The Learning Circle: Five Voices of Aboriginal Youth in Canada. Retrieved from http://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2012/aadnc-aandc/R72-278-4-2012-eng.pdf
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