Indigenous Study Guide: An Educator’s Guide to Understanding Indigenous Content in K-12 Classrooms by Annick Press

*Ressource en anglais seulement* Annick Press has been publishing books by and about Indigenous Peoples for over twenty-five years. Ranging from picture books to non-fiction titles to young-adult literature, these books have brought insights, information, and literary connections to and about Indigenous experiences. This study guide is for educators and will introduce Indigenous worldviews, histories, […]

Teaching for Truth and Reconciliation – Queen’s University Library

*en anglais seulment* Educators have a crucial role to play in creating a more equitable Canada. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action has a specific section reinforcing this idea, which they call “Education for Reconciliation.” The document stresses the need for education on Indigenous peoples and issues, both historical and contemporary. Education on the topic of the Indian Residential School System […]

Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre

*ressource en anglais* The Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre (MDCC) project is a charitable, not-for-profit First Nations organization, mandated by all thirteen Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs. The project is administered through The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq, a First Nation tribal council.   The Mi’kmawe’l Tan Teli-kina’muemk: Teaching about the Mi’kmaq resource was designed for anyone who teaches […]

World of Wisdom: Fostering Indigenous Perspectives in Learning

The Office of First Nation Education provides the World of Wisdom to bring together communities through virtual connections and providing resources to bring Indigenous worldview to Wabanaki territory. This website contains recommended resources including books, music, and curriculum, as well as elders, mentors, and speakers who can visit your classroom to speak about culture, language, […]

Understanding Our Treaties

A companion to The Gordon Foundation’s Treaty Simulation. Embark on a journey to learn about treaties, where each series will deepen your knowledge and introduce you to people involved in treaty work. Along your journey, pause to create reflections and share your stories. For an immersive learning experience, participate in a Treaty Negotiation and Implementation […]

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario

The First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario is a subject association for educators teaching First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies, and Native Languages in Ontario, Canada. They support and help all educators understand issues related to First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples in Canada, as well as offer strategies towards teaching this […]

Take Me Outside Resources

Take Me Outside believes in a future where spending time outside learning, playing and exploring is a regular and significant part of every student’s day. Take Me Outside works collaboratively with other organizations, school boards and individuals to encourage children and youth to spend more time outside through various projects and initiatives. Their resources section has […]

Indigenous Perspectives Education Guide

Popular narratives of Canadian history have most frequently been told from the perspective of European settlers. As a result, Indigenous experiences have often been neglected or excluded from the telling of our country’s history. This guide aims to engage students in thinking critically about our historical narratives, and help them consider how both individual and […]

Wabanaki Collection

A collection of resources teaching culture, history, language, and worldview of the nations making up the Wabanaki Confederacy.