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Using the Inuit blanket toss as a metaphor for community well-being, this model presents Inuit values and beliefs in a holistic framework for measuring success in lifelong learning.

This report provides an overview of considerations relevant to the work of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami's National Committee on Inuit Education and the development of the National Strategy on Inuit Education.

This thesis presents a study of "learning stories" — an educational approach that encourages documentation and reflection of children's learning-related activities — and investigates their potential for creating culturally-relevant,…

This publication provides overviews of the history of Inuit education; the state of contemporary K-12 and post-secondary education; adult learning; work and learning; early childhood learning; health and learning; and other issues.

This book chapter describes the author's research at the Tasiurvik Child Care Centre in Inukjuak, Nunavik that is part of a larger study of learning stories and their potential in developing education that respects Inuit values and language usage.

This paper describes educational approaches and practices in Aotearoa for Māori students that could be valuable to Inuit.

This website was designed primarily to teach Canadian school-age children about Inuit culture. Resources on the website include downloadable colouring sheets, activity sheets, Inuktitut lessons, and video podcasts.

This kindergarten curriculum is the result of the contributions of many educators and culture and language experts in the Northwest Territories. It presents 11 curricular outcomes and includes a chapter on NWT Aboriginal Approaches to Learning.

Inuuqatigiit was designed primarily for Inuit children and focuses on the enhancement and enrichment of the language and culture of Inuit students from kindergarten to grade 12. It also promotes integration of the Inuit perspective with the standard…

Inuuqatigiit was designed primarily for Inuit children and focuses on the enhancement and enrichment of the language and culture of Inuit students from kindergarten to grade 12. It also promotes integration of the Inuit perspective with the standard…

Inuuqatigiit was designed primarily for Inuit children and focuses on the enhancement and enrichment of the language and culture of Inuit students from kindergarten to grade 12. It also promotes integration of the Inuit perspective with the standard…