Four Directions Overview from the First Nations Pedagogy Online Project
The holistic notion of body, mind, heart, and spirit is a time - honoured one for First Nations peoples but is somewhat of a novelty in mainstream society. It is however, a framework that is becoming more accepted as an important way to view the health of humans.
Week 13 Native American Indian Art and More...
Art to Remember is scheduled to ship out to Bradley this Monday, November 18th and we should receive all the art by that Wednesday. My goal...
Métis Art Painting Project
This simple painting lesson uses Leah Dorian's book The Giving Tree: A Retelling of a Métis Traditional Story and can easily connect to your Social Studies teachings about the Métis people of Canada. Students create a painting based on the style and theme of the book. This product includes:a comple...
Resources to Start Off Your Week 43: First Nations Resources Cont.
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Diane “Honey” Jacobson’s latest book is an important comment about First Nations efforts to save the salmon and her personal youthful journey to find meaning and a sense of place in life. Like the style in her first book My Life in a Kwagu’l Big House, this book is full of action, amazing adventures and fascinating connections between land, water and people. Follow “Honey” through sometimes hilarious and sometimes difficult periods but we always learn a life lesson.
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Learning about Residential Schools in the Elementary Classroom — Brownie Points Teaching
In the 1800s, the Canadian government ignorantly believed that Indigenous people were uncivilized. In an effort to assimilate them into European/Canadian culture, children were taken from their homes and brought to residential boarding schools run by different religious groups. M
Respecting First Nations, Metis and Inuit Cultures in the Classroom
Chocolate Covered Classroom Creations *Upper Elementary *Canadian *French as a Second Language *Guided Math *The Daily 5 *Project Based Learning.
Posters: The Six Cedar Trees Mini Poster Set (Set of six), 2018) - Indigenous & First Nations Gifts - Strong Nations
This set of six Mini Posters features the core competencies, each represented by an animal (bear, beaver, orca, raven, salmon and wolf). The Mini Posters are designed for use with the whole class, and the language has been structured to reflect group conversation: “Today we connect with...” The posters can be displayed individually to focus on a selected core competency or can be displayed as a group.Please note: Each animal in this story represents one of the BC Core Competencies. The…
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Curriculum Collection | University of Lethbridge
First Nations Metis Inuit Curriculum Collection | Faculty of Education, University of Lethbridge