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Indigenous Education Programs


Indigenous Teacher Education Program - Bimose Tribal Council!

Start Date: January 2019

 
Specific details of this program (schedules, application forms, etc.) will become available in mid/late September on this website. 
An announcement will be made through Bimose Tribal Council soon.


Indigenous Education Programs - Nipissing Campus

New intake for July 2019:


Indigenous Teacher Education Program*

  *(formally known as the Aboriginal Teacher Certification Program - ATCP)


Indigenous Classroom Assistant Diploma Program*

​*(formally known as the Aboriginal Classroom Assistant Diploma Program)


Program details and applications will be available late 2018/early 2019.

Current ACADP/ATCP/TASL students

Link to Practicum Support Documents:


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Aboriginal Teacher Certification Program

After completing the Aboriginal Teacher Certification Program (ATCP) you will earn a Certificate of Qualification and Registration from the Ontario College of Teachers, in the Primary and Junior division. As a qualified elementary school teacher, you will acquire the necessary pedagogical skills and knowledge combined with a strong personal understanding of your Aboriginal traditions, culture and heritage to build strong learning environments for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children.   


Aboriginal Classroom Assistant Diploma Program

(formally known as the Native Classroom Assistant Diploma Program)

When you complete the Aboriginal Classroom Assistant Diploma Program (ACADP) you will be qualified to work, under the professional direction of the classroom teacher and school Principal, as a classroom assistant with Aboriginal primary school children. 


Teacher of Anishnaabemwin as a

Second Language Program 


After completing the Teacher of Anishnaabemwin as a Second Language Program (TASL), you will be qualified to teach Anishnaabemwin as a subject, to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students in grades Kindergarten to Grade 12.



Family Support Programs: 

SUMMER CAMPS FOR CHILDREN


To support students in their goal in achieving academic success, the Summer Aboriginal Education Programs have developed a number of daily/weekly activities for children of our enrolled students. The programs are:

Youth Experience Program

The Youth Experience Program provides daily fun and educational activities for children aged 3-8 years of age from Monday-Friday. For specific information on this year's and last year's activities, please visit our Youth Experience Program​ website.

 

​NUScience Explorations

(formally known as the Science, Mathematics and Engineering Camps).

We are happy to offer our exciting Science camps this summer. Each week will focus on a different theme. To see this year's activities, please visit our NUScience Explorations​ website.

If you are a student in our Summer Education programs, the registration form for NUScience Explorations can be found at this link and faxed to 705-472-8601.


INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS FOR SUMMER CAMPS WILL BE MAILED DIRECTLY TO SUMMER STUDENTS. LOOK FOR THE APPLICATION FORMS IN EARLY JUNE TO ARRIVE BY MAIL.


*****For more information on any of our programs or if you have questions***** 

*****please email aboriginalprograms@nipissingu.ca.*****



 

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