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Wawatay Online Learning

Wawatay commissioned an educator to prepare curriculum-ready exercises for high school teachers and students in Nishnawbe Aski Nation communities. The classroom exercises – "test your knowledge" quizzes, grammar challenges and lessons – are based on 30 stories from the Wawatay News archive, from 1974 to 2004. The exercises and stories are available in the Wawatay Online Learning section of our website in text and in some cases audio format, in English and some Oji-Cree. These are culturally relevant teaching tools for a range of school courses, including: Aboriginal (Native) studies, expressing Aboriginal cultures, art, introduction to business, government, English, careers, geography, communications technology, and Oji-Cree.

The Wawatay Online Learning project was funded by K-Net and Industry Canada’s First Nations SchoolNet program.

Indian Student

Reflecting the Indian North

Memories of a Pikangikum elder

Trapping for the Love of it

Winds will generate electrical power

Tradition Corner

Wasaya's long route to passenger service

Old Diary

Fort Hope man loses life in rapids

Severn's Band Administrator doesn't hike dresses

Fist-pounding table talk – Constitutional Crossroad

Wawatay – keeping pace

Oz concerned about policing: Maurice Loon – chief of Osnaburgh

$16.7 million settlement: Paper companies ‘off the hook’

Positive approach Animal rights groups leave exhibit alone

Education 'gives hope', Blondin tells grads

Alternative court proposed by youth council

A youth appeals to elders not to 'turn a deaf ear'

Shania proud of stepfather's heritage

Eabametoong entrepreneur cashes in on a childhood hobby

Forest levelled while trappers sleep New Post First Nation challenges Tembec

Mother Earth in grave danger from climate change