These are publications resulting from deliberations between FNWSC member community team members during periodic webinars and working sessions about critical issues facing First Nation community education systems.
“The spaces and places to collaborate, discuss, and share ideas on locally developed education goals is now available and communities are learning with and from each other.”– FNWSC delegate feedback when asked, “What changed since FNWSC came into existence?” from First Nations with Schools Collective Learning as we go in our Journey, September 10, 2020 by FNWSC Evaluation Steering Committee
Tools & Guides
These tools capture the processes discussed amongst FNWSC delegates when exploring First Nation education system transformation.
Assessing the strengths that exist in First Nation communities for educational purposes.
Exploring law-making within the customary education traditions of First Nation communities.
Defining success. Assessing where First Nation communities are and where we want to be in education.
Proactive communications lead to stories narrated by communities.
Asset Mapping is an important beginning step in any community development initiative.
Visuals are highly effective in audience engagement.