Welcome to Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute
Part 1: April 30 & May 1, 2016
Part 2: May 28 & 29, 2016
Part 3: June 25 & 26, 2016
Time: 10:00 am to 3 pm
Experiential Learning Opportunity to Understanding:
Trauma and the affect on the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual blueprints
Healing ancestor energy of trauma and addressing disease / Decolonizing your thoughts and beliefs
Connecting to the higher self
Who Should Attend: First Nation Community Workers & First Nation Community Members
Limited to 50 Participants! / Fee: $275 / Deadline to register is April 27, 2016
Part 1 participation is mandatory to progress to the next sessions.
Lunch/Snacks will be provided. Remember, we’re an Eco-School, so bring your own Feast Bag!
LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE!
For questions, contact Beverley Roy-Carter at 705-377-4342 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register ONLINE HERE / Download the poster HERE
Click Here to Register for this FREE event!
Maximum of 40 registrations accepted - more details can be found HERE
We are currently selecting and will be applying for funding for our
2016-2017 post secondary program offerings. Program start dates are noted below. [Please note: All PSE program offerings listed here are subject to funding approval, sufficient student enrolment; subject to change without notice]
Reminder! Deadlines Approaching ...
Community post-secondary sponsorship deadlines are fast approaching for Aboriginal students! Contact your post secondary department and be sure to submit your application in advance of deadlines to avoid disappointment. Please contact us for assistance if needed.
What are Your Ideas for PSE Programs?
Community input is important in the programs we select and offer each year with our College and University partners. Always feel free to call us at KTEI to share your college and university program interests to continue enjoying the comforts of learning from Manitoulin Island...we value your thoughts and opinions! 705.377.4342
"The Art of Healing" 3-part lecture series - In progress - details will be posted here soon! This will be a general interest learning opportunity open to all!
Spring Photography - In progress - details will be posted here soon! This sill be a general interest learning opportunity open to all!
To Suggest your Idea(s) for a Learning Seminar or General Interest Course, please call 705.377.4342 and ask for Beverley or Natasha
“The First Nation Student Success Program (FNSSP) is a proposal-driven program designed to support First Nation educators on reserve (Kindergarten to Grade 12) in their ongoing efforts to meet their students' needs and improve student and school results. The Program's overall objective is to improve the achievement of First Nation students on reserve by focusing on the priority areas of literacy, numeracy and student retention." To learn more about FNSSP, click here to more details on what we do!
KTEI/FNSSP Ontario Aggregate for Confident Learners Literacy Initiative, click here for more information.
To Learn more about Structural Readiness and what it means for First Nation communities, CLICK HERE
Anishinaabe Odziiwin activities are open, free learning opportunities for all members of the public, including staff and students of KTEI. Bring a friend…learn a little, laugh a little, live a lifetime! Light healthy lunch and prize draws for participants. Miigwech for bringing your feast bag and supporting our Eco school designation. Remember to dress appropriately as some activities are hosted outdoors. Pre-registration is not required but encouraged. Watch for dates and event details posted below:
Mar 22, 2016 - Sweatlodge at KTEI; time: 6:00 PM; All welcome; bring your feastbag and your favorite potluck dish!
April 8, 2016 - Clan Teachings with KTEI Traditional Knowledge Holder, Gordon Waindubence; All welcome; bring your feastbag!
Joe Pitawanwakwat is back at KTEI! We welcome back our Joe alternating Friday mornings at MMAK school; afternoons at KTEI; call KTEI for the schedule; this is free/open learning; all welcome!
Updated: March 21, 2016