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First Nations Early Learning Conference

MFNERC’s Early Learning Facilitators will host our annual First Nations Early Learning Conference March 4&5, 2019.

 

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Uncovering the Gaps

Last week, we were able to catch up with Jennifer Daniels while she was in the MFNERC office. She was busy setting up a student assessment in the boardroom and making sure the child who was here was comfortable.

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Southern Youth Forum 2018

The 2018 Youth Forum was a full day of teachings, games, and mental health awareness working groups. 

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One Sky, Many Astronomies

MFNERC Science Facilitator Wilfred Buck has co-curated an exhibit at the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa. Read More >

Every Child Has Value

For teacher Junette Holder, cultivating each of her student’s gifts is as important as teaching math and English. Read More >

A Participant’s Perspective on LTF

Most of us realize the importance of early years for healthy child development. Read More >

Preserving and Recycling the Gifts of the Earth

Leevan Harper of St. Theresa Point, and Matthew Monias and Waylon Harper of Garden Hill Read More >

Kelly Ironstand: Teaching Early Years from a First Nations Perspective

Reclaiming language and culture is reclaiming the spirit of First Nations. Read More >

Wilfred Buck: The Star Guy

Move over Bill Nye the Science Guy, and make way for Wilfred Buck, Manitoba’s very own Star Guy. Read More >

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