Indigenous / Anishinabek Education Research
Kenjgewin Teg’s Anishinabek Education Research Policy Statement (August 2020) formalizes this long-term vision. With growing and outstanding presence of Indigenous and Anishinabek scholars – together with Anishinabek Traditional Knowledge Keepers in our Mnidoo Mnising location of culturally rich resources – inclusion of Anishinabek worldviews in knowing, seeing and doing will be our academic and community-based research focus.
Our Academic Research
Kenjgewin Teg has contributed to formal academic research through its four-year Anishinaabemowin immersion pilot program and another project that has resulted in development of a Anishinabemowin (language) assessment instrument called Dbishgaademak.
If you or your organization have an Indigenous/Anishinabek research collaboration idea, be sure to contact us. To learn more about Kenjgewin Teg’s recent academic research work and projects, read:
Learning through language: academic success in an Indigenous language immersion kindergarten. Lindsay A. Morcom and Stephanie Roy; Journal of American Indian Education, 56.2 (Summer 2017)
Is early immersion effective for Aboriginal language acquisition? A case study from an Anishinaabemowin kindergarten, Lindsay A. Morcom & Stephanie Roy (2019); International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 22:5, 551-563
Netolnew News Fall 2019 – Updates from SHRRC Project Participants