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[in education] CASIE Guest-Edited Special Issue on Indigenous Education

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[in education] has just published its latest issue at This is a CASIE Guest-Edited Special
Issue on Indigenous Education. We invite you to review the Table of Contents
here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

Patrick Lewis, Editor-in-Chief
Shuana Niessen, Managing Editor, in education

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Vol 22, No 1 (2016): Spring 2016 [Indigenous Education] in education
Table of Contents


Editorial (1)
Frank Deer


Culturally Relevant Physical Education: Educative Conversations with
Mi’kmaw Elders and Community Leaders (2-21)
Daniel B. Robinson,     Joe Barrett,    Ingrid Robinson
The Community Strength Model: A Proposal to Invest in Existing Aboriginal
Intellectual Capital (22-41)
Michelle J. Eady
Digital Technology Innovations in Education in Remote First Nations (42-60)
Brian Beaton,   Penny Carpenter
Culture in Schooling in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (61-76)
Paul Berger,    Jennifer Johnston,      Melissa Oskineegish
Teacher Attrition in a Northern Ontario Remote First Nation: A Narrative
Re-Storying (77-90)
Dawn Burleigh
Filling in the Gaps: Lessons Learned From Preservice Teachers’
Partnerships With First Nations Students (91-109)
Lynne V. Wiltse
An Investigation of the Role of Legends and Storytelling in Early Childhood
Practices in a Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) Early Childhood Facility (110-126)
Sandra Deer
Fostering Remembrance and Reconciliation Through an Arts-Based Response
Jenny Kay Dupuis,       Kristen Ferguson
Kina’muanej Knjanjiji’naq mut ntakotmnew tli’lnu’ltik (In the
Foreign Language, Let us Teach our Children not to be Ashamed of Being
Mi’kmaq) (148-160)
Ashley Julian,  Ida Denny
Aboriginal Ways of Knowing and Learning, 21st Century Learners, and STEM
Success (161-172)
Michelle M. Hogue

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CFP – The International Journal of Holistic Early Learning and Development

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A new, online, open access journal on holistic early learning and development will be the first and only online, open access journal on early learning in Canada, and one of just three worldwide.  It will also be the first online, open access early learning journal to incorporate both scholarly and non-scholarly contributions in multiple formats (research, reports, essays, reviews, photos, and poetry).
The first issue, to be published in January 2015, will be devoted to Aboriginal Ways of Knowing and Learning in Early Childhood. Attached is a call for contributions for the first and subsequent issues which also contains information about our upcoming International Spring Conference on Early Learning and Development (see: which will be held at Lakehead University Orillia on May 1st and May 2nd, 2015.

For more information about the journal, please don’t hesitate to contact me. You can also visit the journal site at