Education

Canadian Youth Assembly Logo Contest to highlight organization's goals

Submitter Name: 
Stephen Chase
Submitters Email: 
stephenchase@knet.ca

From the Canadian Youth Assembly website: http://cya-ajc.ca/logocontest   

  

CYA Logo Contest

Introduction:   

The Canadian Youth Assembly is a federal non-profit organization that has three major focuses: education, volunteerism and creating dialogue. 

NFB.ca presents The Aboriginal Voice: Aboriginal Filmmaking through the Years

Submitter Name: 
Stephen Chase
Submitters Email: 
schase@matawa.on.ca

 

 From the June 17 National Film Board Newsletter:  

MoodleFN Project - eLearning Tools for First Nation Communities and Orgranizations

Submitter Name: 
Fernando Oliveira
Submitters Email: 
fernandooliveira@knet.ca

Just as regular "bricks and mortar" schools rely on a physical place (i.e. a building) to meet the needs of educators and learners, eLearning also requires a virtual place, which usually comes in the form of a website.  

Algoma U and the Ontario Native Welfare Administrators' Association Launch New Educational Partnership

Submitter Name: 
Algoma University, Communications
Submitters Email: 
communications@algomau.ca

For immediate release

(SAULT STE. MARIE – May 8th, 2009): – The Ontario Native Welfare Administrators’ Association (ONWAA), a provincial organization representing First Nation Social Service Administrators, and Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, ON are pleased to announce that they have entered into a partnership agreement to provide academic instruction to First Nation Social Services Administrators in Ontario. The signing of the agreement will take place at Algoma University on Tuesday, May 12, 2009 at 1:00pm in the ICT Board Room (NW306).

Tour Algoma University in Sault Ste Marie for free during March Break

Submitter Name: 
Algoma University, Communications
Submitters Email: 
communications@algomau.ca

Press release

Virtual Fair helping students learn about university

Submitter Name: 
Algoma University, Communications
Submitters Email: 
communications@algomau.ca

<!--StartFragment-->(SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – OCTOBER 21st, 2008): On Wednesday October 22nd, students from across Ontario will have the opportunity to interactively discover Ontario’s newest public university, Algoma University, as part of the Maclean’s Virtual University fair.

Celebrating the Local, Negotiating the School: Symposium on Language and Literacy in Aboriginal Communities

Submitter Name: 
Steve Chase
Submitters Email: 
stephenchase@knet.ca

Celebrating the Local, Negotiating the School: Symposium on Language and Literacy in Aboriginal Communities

Nov. 7-8, 2008

Free Grade 7 and 8 Online supplementary courses for First Nation elementary schools

Submitter Name: 
Ned Online Supplementary Courses Program
Submitters Email: 
ned-elearning@knet.ca

 

 Attention Grade 7 and 8 Teachers...

Kashechewan First Nation youth wins Write to Read Contest for Ontario region

Submitter Name: 
Sinclair Williams Jr.
Submitters Email: 
sinclairwilliams@knet.ca

We are proud to announce that our daughter Aimee Williams, from Kashechewan won the Write to Read Contest for the Ontario region.

This contest is held by A National family literacy project by World Literacy of Canada.

Congratulations to her!

Project Beyshick applications for Toronto-based training and job shadow experience for NAN youth

Submitter Name: 
Michael Heintzman
Submitters Email: 
mheintzman@nan.on.ca

Project Beyshick application deadline approaching (Friday, July 11)

The application deadline is quickly approaching for Project Beyshick 2008, a leadership and career development program presented Aug. 16-23 by NAN and the POA Educational Foundation.

Click here to get a PDF copy of the Application Form

NAN community members are encouraged to apply.