The Aboriginal Curriculum Integration Project is committed to honoring the values, cultures and perspectives of British Columbia’s Aboriginal people. These resources and lesson plans were created to assist teachers in including indigenous perspectives throughout the curriculum.
This collection, from the University of Lethbridge's Faculty of Education, has lessons and resources designed to help pre and in-service teachers incorporate FNMI content in their teaching across subjects and grade levels.
This guide, created in British Columbia, is designed to identify the units, lessons and/or activities within the FNESC/FNSA teacher
resource guides that can be most readily adapted for remote or online learning situations.
This online course explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada. From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations.
This organization is "committed to improving not only K-12 education for Indigenous children, but also the wider determinants that influence their educational outcomes, including health and well being". Educators may want to browse the Promising Practices Resources and the Programs/Initiatives.
A series of 5 hour-long videos created by the Six Nations Polytechnic. This lecture series is intended to expose learners to theoretical and practical applications of Haudenosaunee-Indigenous Knowledge through a variety of topics including the Haudenosaunee Creation Story; Ecological Knowledge of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum; Three Sisters Sustainability; Good Mindedness within the Great Law of Peace; and Navigating with the Two Row Wampum.
Through this report and the reporting of its findings, we are committed to restoring and honouring the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada , and we strongly believe that truth must be acknowledged to move reconciliation forward. Together we call upon our collective communities to take action upon the findings enclosed, which are dedicated to building a stronger understanding and relationship of all the peoples who dwell on this land we call home.
Learn about workshops that provide participants with an opportunity to strengthen their foundational knowledge of First Nations, Métis and Inuit. Contact Walking Together: Education for Reconciliation for additional information on available workshops and resources.
This virtual guide comprises a playlist of five video chapters, which illustrate how teachers can weave interviews, videos, and lesson plans from NCCIE.CA into their practices. Elementary and secondary teachers who are new to Indigenous education can use this guide when introducing Indigenous lesson plans into their classrooms and land-based learning.