eceLINK articles

The AECEO Guiding Committee on Truth and Reconciliation contributes an article in each issue of our publication, the eceLINK. The Committee's inaugural article, Walking Together in Reconciliation, appeared in the journal's Winter/Spring 2020 issue.

Call for Submissions: Fall/Winter 2023 issue

The Committee is encouraging responses to Elder Brenda's beautiful and meaningful piece: What kind of Ancestor do you hope to be? that was published in the Fall/Winter 2022 issue. Submissions that respond to the ideas: What kind of imprints am I leaving? What kind of footprints do I want to leave for those that are coming behind me? What imprints am I leaving when I have been with people in a gathering? discussed by Elder Brenda in the article may be sent to the Committee's attention via [email protected]  up to October 15, 2023.   

Please note that the Truth and Reconciliation Guiding Committee submissions and articles are not related to our eceLINK peer reviewed section - submissions are not peer reviewed/evaluated. Submissions will be very lightly edited prior to publication.

The first group of responses received was published in the Spring/Summer 2023 issue and additional responses will be published the Fall/Winter 2023 eceLINK.

If you would like more information about submitting a response please email [email protected]

Walking Together in Reconciliation

Exploring Indigenous Pedagogies Connected to Experiential Learning in Relation to Mother Earth

Awakening and Coming to Know Indigenous Pedagogies in Early Learning

Sharing the Experiences of Indigenous Educators and Communities During COVID -19

Interview with Métis Nation of Ontario’s Early Learning and Child Care Program

Meaningful Change for First Nations Children

All Nations Circle of Practice

What kind of Ancestor do you hope to be?

What Kind of Ancestor do you Hope to be: Responses Part 1