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EdTech & Design, Indigenous Learning

Land-Based Learning

A case study report for educators tasked with integrating Indigenous Worldviews into classrooms

With practical applications from the H’a H’a Tumxulaux Outdoor Education Program of B.C. School District No. 20 (Kootenay-Columbia) 

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY WITH VIDEOS

This case study report examines how three key components of an Indigenous-centred program – land-based learning, spirituality, and the Medicine Wheel – have created a template for heightened student engagement and retention. Through these components, this report proposes recommendations for educators and administrators tasked with integrating Indigenous Worldviews into the classroom.

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