Indigenous culture and knowledge inform and inspire all aspects of FNTI. In addition to being Indigenous owned and governed, and primarily employing Aboriginal faculty and staff, FNTI:
- Creates culturally-rich learning environments – Elders are often involved in learning sessions and ceremonies, celebrations, circles and traditional activities are integrated into learning experiences.
- Promotes Indigenous cultural practices and learning methodologies in the classroom.
- Implements Indigenous Learning Outcomes in all curriculum.
- Ensures Indigenous learners see themselves and their realities reflected in the curriculum, course delivery & support services.
- Promotes Indigenous perspectives by including Elders, Indigenous professionals, alumni & community representatives on Program Advisory Committees.
- Provides learner, staff and faculty access to its newly-created Cultural Resource Room in the main campus building.
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