The forum aims to offer all First Peoples of Québec a virtual space for sharing and gathering information to promote the launch and continuous improvement of projects encouraging First Nations youth to stay in school.
To create a collaborative space with valuable content, constructive feedback is required. These exchanges will ultimately contribute positively to school motivation projects for aboriginal youth.
- FPSJA Evaluation Report
You can download the PDF version from this forum.
- Collaborative space
This is a space where you can launch an ask for help to all the participants. Here you can collaborate with each other about a challenge or ask for collaboration on a project.
- New projects – ideas testing
Under this discussion you can test your project ideas, asking for constructive feedback from the other participants, based on their own experience and their perception.
This space is provided to share tools with other participants.
- Research linked to school persistence
You want to share an academic or journalistic article, you can insert the internet link here to invite other participant to access it.
You want to share news related to Aboriginal Youth School Persistence or you want the other participants to be inspired by what you see in the news. Post the information here.
You can use this space to share an upcoming event with other participants.
- Projects – external support for academic learning
You want to know more about external support for academic learning projects:
- Projects – Youth Entrepreneurship
You want to know more about Youth Entrepreneurship projects:
- Projects – family support for academic success
You want to know more about family support projects:
- Projects – promotion of aboriginal culture
You want to know more about aboriginal culture projects:
- Projects – leadership and students’ commitment
You want to know more about Leadership projects:
You are interested in Aboriginal Youth School persistence, this forum has been created for you. This space gives you the opportunity to exchange, to be mutually inspired as promoters of school persistence in aboriginal environment.
The Aboriginal knowledge and culture are at the heart of this forum. It has been developed and inspired by your comments of the last three years, resulting in this common place where you can exchange ideas and concerns you share about aboriginal youth school persistence.
The forum’s success requires your implication. The place is yours….
Let’s break the ice and meet at the project ideas testing.
Questions or comments
You have a question or comment for the administration of this forum, you can post it in this section.