Reflect on the history, diversity, and strengths of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples during National Indigenous History Month with the help of these books.
For many newcomers to Canada, their first impression of the First Peoples of Canada often comes in the form of an outdated study guide for the citizenship test.
As an educator in Canada, whose homeland has been inhabited by Indigenous peoples long before me, I have the opportunity and responsibility to teach this history to my students.
This collaboration between the Library Learning Commons, a grade 9 math teacher, and Indigenous Education blossomed into a beautiful place-conscious learning opportunity.
Within the classroom, it is important to share content that doesn’t position Indigenous people in the past but brings them into the present and future.
My students needed to experience success. And they needed to see that their writing could impact a broader audience than the one held captive each day in their classroom.
As the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s mandate ends, there’s a greater emphasis on teaching Aboriginal content in schools. If this scares you, you’re not alone. If it ...
Prepare your students for the next National Aboriginal Day with a visit to a First Nations culture centre. Students learn about the culture of Canada’s various Aboriginal ...