Transitions are passages from one stage to another. Here we speak of transitions between the stages of a student's educational journey.
Here you will find best practices and resources designed specifically for you! These tools will help your work in supporting First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students with their school, work and home transitions!
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Transitions are passages from one stage to another. Here we speak of transitions between the stages on a student’s educational journey.
The purpose of this site is to help First Nations, Métis and Inuit students with their transitions from one educational stage to the next.
We invite you to explore and to join us in our commitment to helping First Nations, Métis and Inuit students succeed!
The Transitions Team
Our latest Transition Project is now underway and will provide support for FNMI students by providing virtual tours of post-secondary institutions.
The Transitions project supports First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Students in School and Career Success. The idea for this website emerged from the Ontario Native Education Counselling Associations’ (ONECA) research on FNMI student success. The first research report published in 2010 addressed best practices in “Transitions” from preschool to post-secondary. It was called Walk in Our Moccasins: A Comprehensive Study of Aboriginal Education Counsellors in Ontario. The second research report in 2011 called the Aboriginal Student Transitions Project focused on best practices at the post-secondary level. As part of this latter research process, a companion document called Web-Based Resources (2011) was also created. All three reports helped to inform the direction, vision and content for this website and its’ resources.
“Excellent poster and materials – they really do conceptualize the essence what is truly needed for our people to bridge the gaps in order for aboriginal people to reach their full potential – thank you!!”
Transitions Virtual Tours Team Biographies
Programs and Services Document (8MBs)