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11 Things You Should Know about Aboriginal Oral Traditions
A list of several things you probably didn't know about Indigenous oral traditions but that you should.
Achakapis: Little Spirit
Knowledge Keeper, Wilfred Buck, tells the Cree story of Achakapis and reminds us all to be kind to teach other.
A Blackfoot Movement Story
A Blackfoot Creation Story that gets learners up and moving the actions of the story
Books to Build On: Indigenous Literatures for Learning
This interactive web resource that is designed to assist educators with weaving Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing into their teaching and learning, starting with story.
Indigenous Arts & Stories
Indigenous Arts & Stories is a great tool to use in the classroom – use it as a class project, an alternative assignment, or an extra credit assignment!
Indigenous Storybooks is inspired by the open-licensed stories from Little Cree Books. This project makes the text, images, and audio of stories available in Indigenous languages as well as English, French, and the most widely spoken immigrant and refugee languages of Canada.
Isaac on Wampum Part 1
Isaac, from the Anishinabek Nation, talks about the sacredness of wampum.
Isaac on Wampum Part 2
Isaac, from the Anishinabek Nation, talks about the agreements that wampum is used to document.
IsumaTV: Exploring Inuit Culture Online
IsumaTV is a collaborative multimedia platform for indigenous filmmakers and media organizations. This section of the site provides educational resources.
Unikkausivut - Sharing our Stories
This collection of films from the National Film Board provide a portrait of the Inuit experience, past and present, in animated shorts and documentaries.
Who are the Inuit? A conversation with Qauyisaq “Kowesa” Etitiq
A conversation with Qauyisaq “Kowesa” Etitiq is a learning resource designed to introduce educators about the Inuit way of life, history, culture and stories. This resource was produced by the. Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
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