Stories, Dreams, and Ceremonies: Anishinaabe ways of learning

May 15th, 2000 | By | Category: 11-4: All Our Children Are Special, Features
By Leanne Simpson, Ph.D.

In pre-colonial times, the process of learning for Aboriginal young people was very different from educational systems found in Western societies. There were no formal schools. Rather, learning was considered a life-long process embodied in the individual and embedded in the principles of immanence and ceremony, reflection, and sharing. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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