Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Holistic Lifelong Learning Websites

This is an interesting group of websites.  Check them out.


The Canadian Council on Learning offers three online Holistic Lifelong Learning websites: First Nations, Métis and Inuit.

Each of these consists of an interactive Flash program that allows for navigating the roots, trunk and branches of the model. Each includes definitions and descriptions of elements of the model and underlying indicators and information.

In each case, a visual model is used to reflect appropriate cultural context.

CCL has a Facebook page for people to discuss the models and share experience using them. They invite discussion of teacher training, community planning, curriculum development, measurement purposes or "simply personal reflections."

To "like" the page, go to Facebook and enter " Aboriginal-Learning-in-Canada-CCL" in the search box.
First Nations Holistic Lifelong Learning website
Métis Holistic Lifelong Learning website
Inuit Holistic Lifelong Learning website

Thanks to Larry Kuehn for bringing this to my attention.

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