All Creation Represented Book
The Medicine Wheel offers holistic and relational ways of understanding the self, the family, the community, the natural and spiritual world. The book introduces the concept of a Medicine Wheel, highlighting the significance of the associated ancestral teachings as it discusses various aspects of human well-being, the physical world, and Indigenous culture. This book is designed as an education resource, and embodies First Peoples Principles of Learning.
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Joyce Lynn Perreault is an educator who is very proud of her Ojibwe/Metis heritage. Born and raised in Manitoba, she now works for the Vancouver School Board as an Aboriginal Education Enhancement Worker. She loves sharing about her culture and helping students excel in their studies. All Creation Represented is Joyce’s fi rst book. “The Anishinaabe/Ojibwe Nation has a teaching that the Medicine Wheel is the circle of life, and includes all the Nations on earth, not just the Ojibwe People. All creation is represented on the Wheel. The Medicine Wheel teaches us about equality, respect for all nations and that all things in life are a continuum of unity and direction.”
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