Native Literacy in Ontario Environmental Scan

The purpose of this project is to conduct an environmental scan to identify current and projected Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) programs needs and issues in Ontario Aboriginal communities and agencies serving Aboriginal clients. To read the report please click here: Native Literacy in Ontario Environmental Scan

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How to use the Indigenous Women’s Roles Edu-Kit – An Iroquoian Perspective

This webinar will present information on how to use the Indigenous Women’s Roles Edu-Kit-An Iroquoian Perspective. “Daughters, Sisters, Wives & Mothers” Education Kit  ONLC is very happy to provide you with the first in the series of Indigenous Women’s Roles Education Kit. This E-Kit developed for LBS programs will cover the Haudenosaunee (2014-15), next year…

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Financial Literacy and Learning for Aboriginals (FLLAME)

Ontario Native Literacy Coalition (ONLC, in partnership with the Canadian Literacy and Learning Network (CLLN), created this program made possible by the support of the TD Financial Literacy Grant Fund, which is administrated by Prosper Canada formerly known as Social and Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI). The program is called Financial Literacy and Learning for Aboriginals…

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Indigenous Knowledge – A Cree Perspective

This workshop will be focusing on the Muskegowuk Cree of James Bay western coastline. Gloria Harris Gloria is a graduate from the Bachelor of Education program specializing in Aboriginal Adult Education at Brock University. She began working at, George Brown College in September 2012, teaching in the Assaulted Women and Children’s Counselor Advocate Program. Gloria…

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Educational Dysfunction from an Indigenous Perspective

This webinar will re-examine the roots of Educational Dysfunction from an Indigenous Perspective Richard W. Hill Rick is a citizen of the Beaver Clan of the Tuscarora Nation of the Haudenosaunee at Grand River. He holds a Master’s Degree in American Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo. He is the former Assistant Director…

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Let’s Learn More About Apprenticeship

“Let’s learn more about Apprenticeship” as presented by Brandi Jonathan, PSO/Apprenticeship Coordinator, GREAT. Brandi Jonathan Brandi Jonathan is Mohawk, Turtle Clan. She graduated from Trent University in 1999 with her BA in Native Studies with emphasis in Management and Economic Development. Since 2001, she has worked with Grand River Employment and Training located on the…

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Task Development Building capacity Within the Native Stream

Holistic Approach to Developing OALCF Task Based Activities The Ontario Native Literacy Coalition (ONLC) is currently in the process of completing this project and will be releasing the Practitioners Guide for developing Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework (OALCF) Task-Based Activities with an Holistic Approach and based on Indigenous Knowledge. Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) programming…

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