Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Indigenous education. Get inspired and try out new things.
This poster is available at: First Nations Education Steering Committee Link to 11×17 Poster
The month of June is dedicated to Indigenous history in Canada. June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day which is an opportunity for all Canadians to celebrate the amazing contributions of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people in Canada.
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Looking for fun activities to do at home? Learn how to make your own set of Story Stones or ENTER TO WIN a completed set (see below for details)! This fun, educational activity is a hit with children and adults alike. As taught to the author by the International Traditional Games Society. April 26, 2020 Authored by: Andrea Deleeuw In 2012, I attended a land-based training event led by the International Traditional Games Society. This inter-tribal organization was founded by cultural…
At Teach Starter, we are committed to providing resources that assist teachers in embedding the cross-curricular priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
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Learning about Indigenous artists in Canada is one of many ways to learn about the different cultures in Canada. Come read more!
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Freebie Friday - Teaching Aboriginal culture through Indigenous games
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Crackerjack Education provides a huge selection of Australian Teaching resources, all aligned to National Curriculum codes for Years Foundation–Year 7.
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Wingaru Kids provides everything you need to deliver culturally safe and inclusive Aboriginal education to primary school classes.
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How can we authentically incorporate indigenous perspectives into our montessori classroom. Questions covered include why include indigenous views, a walkthrough of Montessori 6 - 9 year and 9 to 12 pedagogy and a look at how to incorporate indigenous views into Math, Language, Cosmic/ Cultural and Science.
Celebrating and sharing Canada’s Indigenous education with primary, intermediate, French and English learning resources. We acknowledge that the most important aspect of teaching Indigenous history and culture is ensuring that Indigenous perspectives are at the forefront. Thoughtful consideration has been taken to ensure we approach resources with respect and dignity to Indigenous peoples. Our aim is to align with Canada’s commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation mission.
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