Welcome to Aboriginal Education and Traditional Knowledge.
This guide is intended for faculty and students who wish to deepen their understanding of Aboriginal Education and Traditional Knowledge. Here you will find:
This is a living guide for the community. Please feel free to help build it by suggesting resources, community groups etc. Please email email@example.com
A current list of resources on indigenous knowledge and education.
Battiste, Marie. "Indigenous knowledge: foundations for First Nations." World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium-WINHEC Journal (2005).
Battiste, Marie, James Youngblood Henderson, and S. Youngblood. "Naturalizing indigenous knowledge in Eurocentric education." Canadian Journal of Native Education 32.1 (2009): 5-18.
Little Bear, L. "Naturalizing indigenous knowledge: Synthesis paper."Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, Aboriginal Education Research Centre. Retrieved June 22 (2009): 2011.
This is a list of local organizations and library collections that you can visit and consult for your research.
Community members - please help us build this list by emailing Kelly Dermody (firstname.lastname@example.org) with local resources and knowledge you would like to add.
The Indigenous Education Network from OISE:
Toronto Public Library's Native Peoples Collection
The University of Toronto Libraries: Local Sources and Languages