Friday, 8 November 2013
Where Do We Stand in Regards to Aboriginal Education? Radio Documentary
This radio documentary is presented by classmates, Morgan Christie, Brandy Lippoway, Nicole Vaughan, and Brady Pullman. We are all students in the Faculty of Education here at the University of Manitoba. Currently in our class, EDUA 1500 Aboriginal Education, we are studying where Aboriginal and non-aboriginal peoples position themselves in regards to Aboriginal studies and education. Manitoba has a large Aboriginal population, full of Aboriginal culture, traditions and communities. Throughout Kindergarten – Grade 12 students in Manitoba study and learn about culture traits and the history of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people.
Throughout our study we targeted two significant components, First of all, we looked at who should study/or research Aboriginal Education to create the curriculum or content? and secondly we looked at who should teach this content to the students? During this radio documentary, we will summarize our findings and ask the personal opinions of two University of Manitoba instructors teaching the Faculty of Education; Gary Babiuk and Frank Deer.
Producers: Morgan Christie, Brandy Lippoway, Nicole Vaughan, Brady Pullman
- Gary Babiuk, University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education, Professor
- Frank Deer, University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education, Professor
Songs: Red Revolution: Indigenous National Anthem, Sung by Ila Barker