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Redefining success in Aboriginal learning
These holistic lifelong learning models are the result of ongoing discussions among First Nations, Métis and Inuit learning professionals, community practitioners, researchers and analysts. (View the complete list of individuals and organizations who have contributed to the development of these learning models.)
The holistic lifelong learning models represent the link between lifelong learning and community well-being, and can be used as a framework for measuring success in lifelong learning for First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.
Are you a fan of CCL’s Aboriginal Holistic Lifelong Learning Models? Now you have a new place to express your appreciation—Facebook. CCL now has a Facebook page for its First Nations, Métis and Inuit Learning Models, and it’s the perfect place for individuals and organizations to share their experiences using the innovative and internationally acclaimed models. Just click on the link, become a fan, and head to the Discussion Forum to share your experiences using the models; whether it’s related to teacher training, community planning, curriculum development, measurement purposes or simply personal reflections.
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