Kawartha World Issues Centre

The Trent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science (TRACKS) Program works annually with more than 7,000 indigenous youth, primarily ages 8-13, and adults from local First Nations communities on providing skills, knowledge, and activities about environmental science by integrating them with traditional and contemporary indigenous knowledge and culture. TRACKS innovates E-STEM learning through a unique organizational structure, program delivery, curriculum design, and relationship building model, striving to foster cultural pride among Indigenous youth, while engaging them in E-STEM, and helping them to recognize themselves as scientists in both Western and traditional settings. This model is designed embodying the concept of Two-Eyed Seeing, a Mi’kmaw concept that speaks to the depth and richness of learning that encompasses more than one perspective.

Learn more by visiting: trackscamp.ca