State of Aboriginal Learning in Canada

The Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) looks at current and effective approaches to learning in various settings throughout Canada. One report developed by the CCL in 2009 was “The State of Aboriginal Learning in Canada: A holistic approach to measuring success“. This report is the first comprehensive framework in Canada for measuring aboriginal learning. In in it experts across Canada who specialized in aboriginal learning determined three main components of a holistic lifelong learning (1) Sources and Domains of Knowledge, (2) The Lifelong Learning Journey and (3) Community Well-being. This new approach does not just look at an aboriginal student’s success in school but also reflects the holistic lifelong learning that take places through early childhood education, participation in the community, learning about aboriginal languages and traditions and culture.


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