Niwasa EarlyON staff believe that play is the key to a child’s understanding of the world. Play gives children the opportunity to hypothesize, test, and repeat their theories, apply that knowledge to the world around them, draw relationships between things, people and the larger world, and experience community, delight, frustration and success. Our roles as […]
Aligning Indigenous Knowledge with How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years We regret to inform you that the gathering in Ottawa March 25-27th has been cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Please click here to see the official statement. Hosted By: Ontario Indigenous Centre of Excellence Co-Lead(s): Partners:
Date: September 24th – 26th Location: Kenjgewin Teg, M’Chigeeng First Nation This gathering will focus on aligning Indigenous Knowledge with How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years. To inspire a desire for learning, educators will learn how land-based theory and practice can be used to create high quality early learning environments.