Future of the Site14 Sep, 2009 | Posted by: june

We did not receive the anticipated funding for future development of this site, but I still intend to work on it and encourage all educators interested in Aboriginal learning to join me! The learning resources will continue to grow, and hopefully, a community of practice can still emerge from the collaboration of dedicated educators who are driven by passion and dedication.

So, if you are wondering - yes, the intent for this site is still active and you are welcome to join in!

If I haven't gotten back to anyone who tried to communicate through the site, please forgive and resubmit your query/comments.

All My Relations,


June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c)
june- at- firstnationspedagogy.ca
The ways of knowing, learning, and teaching inherent to the traditional methods
of informal and formal aboriginal education are profound and important in this
21st Century. It is important that all First Nations peoples have access to
education and health planning that is shaped by their own ancestral ways.