“We support our students in following an Anishinaabe Aadziwin learning path.”

 

Anishinaabe Giizhigad Language Resource Booklet

In the following pages, you will find several activities and word lists that may be used for teachings related to Anishinaabe Giizhigad and throughout National Indigenous History Month. Teachers are welcome to use the resources for in-class lessons or extra-curricular activities.

Learning Anishinaabemowin and Lunaapeew

The Kinoomaadziwin Education Body continues to support communities in language revitalization by developing resources and tools that may be used by the Participating First Nations of the Anishinabek Education System. In the following pages you will find the Anishinaabemowin and Lunaapeew translations for words and sentences related to land and land-based learning.

2022-2023 Multi-Year Action Plan Infographic

Want to learn more about the many projects under way as part of the Multi-Year Action Plan between the KEB and Ontario? Check out this infographic report that highlights the achievements and milestones of 14 different projects in 2022-2023.   

Dibaajmowin - March 2024

Dibaajmowin is a bi-monthly newsletter produced by the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body that shares program updates, event information, and education highlights from across the Anishinabek Education System.

Ziigwan Language Resource Booklet

In preparation of the upcoming spring season, the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB) is pleased to share this Anishinaabemowin language resource with all Participating First Nations of the Anishinabek Education System.

AES Celebrates 5 Year Anniversary

On April 1, 2018, the Anishinabek Education System (AES) officially opened its doors. The establishment of a new education system is an incredible endeavour, and an exciting journey, that requires the collective efforts of many people. From students and educators to leadership and communities – each plays an important role in building the foundation for a strong and sustainable education system. Since 2018, the AES has grown tremendously!

2022-2023 KEB Annual Report

The KEB produces an Annual Report in June each year that summarizes the work of the AES over the last fiscal year.  A digital copy of the 2022-2023 KEB Annual Report is now available for reading!

 

AES: Special Education Guideline

This guideline is intended to be a living document that will be enhanced over time as Participating First Nations develop their community Special Education Plans, Policies, Procedures, or Handbooks (The name of the product is of local choice.) There will be opportunities to share and learn from each other along the way.

Parent and Caregiver Special Education Handbook

The Parent and Caregiver Special Education Handbook has been created to assist you and your family as you navigate special education. It is important to know that: Special education support is common. All children and youth learn differently and may need additional supports to succeed. Accessing supports as early as possible for your beautiful child is a factor in their school success at the educational level. These supports can also contribute to their overall physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual health.

AES Reporting Racism Tool

This tool is intended for use by parents, students, and/or community members of the Anishinabek Education System who are looking for support to address racialized incidents, within education settings.  Read more about the tool on our Addressing Racism and Inequities in Schools page, at www.aes-keb.com/addressingracism