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Beliefs, Values and Aspirations of Aboriginal Peoples in Contemporary Society (College) NBV 3CR
Prerequisite: Canadian History in the Twentieth Century, Grade 10, Academic or Applied
This course focuses on the diverse beliefs, values, and aspirations between First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples of Canada and the political, economic, cultural and social challenges facing Aboriginal individuals and communities from various regions and cultures. By examining their own beliefs, values and assumptions, the worldviews of others and factors that influence world views, students will appreciate how traditional and contemporary beliefs and values influence present and future aspirations of Aboriginal peoples.

Beliefs, Values and Aspirations of Aboriginal Peoples in Contemporary Society (Workplace) NBV 3ER
Prerequisite: Canadian History in the Twentieth Century, Grade 10, Academic or Applied
This course focuses on the diverse beliefs, values, and aspirations between First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples of Canada. Students will examine issues of identity facing Aboriginal individuals and communities in connection to changing relationships with the land, nature, one another and Canada. By examining their own worldview and investigating factors that influence perspectives over time, students will develop their understanding of how traditional and contemporary beliefs and values influence present and future aspirations of Aboriginal peoples.

Aboriginal Governance: Emerging Directions (University/College) NDG 4MR
This course explores various aspects of First Nations, Métis and Inuit leadership, nationhood, and governance. Students will examine how First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples relate to and negotiate with the government of Canada and other organizations including how traditional beliefs, values and cultures inform models of governance. Students will reflect on their own ideas of civic, economic and cultural leadership as they learn about how individual and community Aboriginal leaders are revitalizing and strengthening their communities.

Indigenous Studies at
Trillium Lakelands District School Board

TLDSB’s Puzzle Peace: Aboriginal Education – numerous interesting links to peruse.

TLDSB’s First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Twitter feed

http://tldsb.ca/programs/aboriginal-education/

The Guiding the Way campaign and philosophy has been the Board’s way of promoting both Aboriginal education and voluntary self-identification throughout the district. We also have a voluntary self-identification brochure that is available to all students and families.

http://tldsb.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/TLDSB-ABO-ED-bro9.pdf

Trillium Lakelands District School Board is committed to engaging First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students by integrating their cultures in the curriculum and the school community.We work to support success for Aboriginal learners by increasing awareness of the learning styles of Aboriginal students, and increasing understanding of First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures, histories, and perspectives.

For information on Aboriginal Education in Ontario, see here.
For information on local resources and connections to Indigenous culture, see here.
For further research, see here.
For post-secondary studies and scholarship information, see here.