The Shki-maajtaawin E-nmok is KTEI’s customized curriculum and resource development department. Through this department KTEI focuses on the development of top quality First Nations culturally inclusive curriculum and resource materials for both elementary and secondary schools. Our goal is to provide teachers, parents, and schools with curriculum and supporting resource materials that include and reflect Anishinaabe values, content and knowledge; so all children, Anishinaabe and non-Anishinaabe, can accurately, and respectfully learn about Anishinaabee people and the first traditions of this land.
KTEI currently provides a large self-published collection of Ojibwe territory based teacher support resource materials as well as, a complete elementary set of customized Aboriginal based Curriculum Starter-Kits, Kindergarten to Grade Eight. These are available for viewing and purchase at KTEI and on-line at: http://shki.weebly.com
KTEI Resource Centre KTEI has an extensive Resource Centre which was established at same time as Shki-maajtaawin E-nmok. KTEI Resource Centre not only provides additional support to the Shki-maajtaawin E-nmok Research Branch but, also serves as an exclusive collection of Anishinaabe resource materials. KTEI Resource Centre is open to the public and has proven to be invaluable for teachers, students, parents and community members. Many type of Anishinaabe focused resources are available and include: books, music CD’s, DVD/s, video kits, curriculum and historical documents.
All Children's Art Gallery All Children’s Art Gallery is housed within the KTEI facility and serves as a way to publicly display and give recognition to participating Elementary level students who have taken the time and put the effort into creating art for ACAG’s annual exhibits. ACAG is all about building self-esteem in students and encouraging parental engagement in student academic life. We are proud to have the artwork of children in our learning environment.