Indigenous Knowledge and Mathematics Education - First Nation Educators K-12
In response to the Ministry of Education's Renewed Math Strategy the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Association of Ontario (FNMIEAO) is leading a four year initiative connecting Indigenous Knowledge and Mathematics as part of the Math Knowledge Network. The purpose of the initiative is to:
* create a network for knowledge mobilization between faculties of education, school boards, subject associations, teacher federations federally funded schools and other partners in education;
* build strong community relationships to support and create a sustainable Math Knowledge Network;
* highlight and share promising practices to demonstrate the significance of Indigenous Knowledge, including languages, and methodologies that engage students and enhance professional practices;
* improve student achievement, confidence and well-being through culturally responsive pedagogy.

In order to be responsive to the needs of Ontario teachers, we would appreciate your input by completing this survey.

If you have any questions, please email: copassist@fnmieao.com
For more information about this initiative: www.mkn-rcm.ca

Please indicate what community you work in (optional)
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Please identify the division within which you teach:
What region are you teaching in?
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Please rate your overall comfort level with the mathematics curriculum for the grade level / division within which you teach?
Not at all comfortable
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Please indicate how well you feel you are integrating meaningful and respectful inclusion of First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures, ways of knowing, histories and perspectives in your Mathematics teaching
Not at all
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Please rate your level of knowledge on the following
Beginner
Experienced
Expert
Land based learning
How to connect with local community(ies) Elders, Knowledge Keepers
Anishinaabek Nation
Mushkegowuk
Haudenosaunee Confederacy
Inuit
Métis
Impacts of colonialism
Indigenous practices and ways of knowing that connect with mathematics
Please rate the availability of resources in the following areas to support your professional practice
not available
somewhat available
easily available
How to connect with local community(ies) Elders, Knowledge Keepers
Land based learning
Anishinaabek Nation
Mushkegowuk
Haudenosaunee Confederacy
Inuit
Métis
Impacts of colonialism
Indigenous practices and ways of knowing that connect with mathematics
Have you had the opportunity to participate in professional development specifically for integrating First Nation, Métis, and Inuit ways of knowing, cultures, histories and perspectives?
Have you had the opportunity to participate in professional development specifically on supporting the teaching and learning of Mathematics?
What are some challenges or barriers for integrating Indigenous Knowledge in the teaching and learning of Mathematics?
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What types of resources would support you best in your professional learning and instruction on integrating Indigenous Knowledge in Mathematics?
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Any other comments or suggestions?
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