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In advance of Orange Shirt Day and Canada’s new National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, The Outdoor Learning Store has worked with Indigenous partners, advisors and organizations to create Indigenous learning resources. These are all written, curated and created by Indigenous authors and artists. Organisations, Outdoor, Canada, Learning, Education, Indigenous Education, Organizations, Learning Resources, Resources
Outdoor Learning Store's Indigenous Learning Resources
In advance of Orange Shirt Day and Canada’s new National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, The Outdoor Learning Store has worked with Indigenous partners, advisors and organizations to create Indigenous learning resources. These are all written, curated and created by Indigenous authors and artists.
K-12 Métis Education Kit - Métis Nation of Ontario K12 Education, Education And Training, Educational Resources, Community, Homeschool Social Studies, Information Poster, Teacher Guides
K-12 Métis Education Kit - Métis Nation of Ontario
K-12 Métis Education Kit - Métis Nation of Ontario
This series of graphic novels follows time travelling Echo Desjardins, a 13 year old Metis girl who must balance her own teenage life and navigating important historical events. Fantasy Books, Reading, History, Science Fiction, Novels, Films, Fiction, Author, Literature
A Girl Called Echo Omnibus
This series of graphic novels follows time travelling Echo Desjardins, a 13 year old Metis girl who must balance her own teenage life and navigating important historical events.
A Girl Called Echo Volume 2 - Red River Resistance by Katherena Vermette Dark Horse Comics, Red River Valley, Canadian History, Red River, Fantasy Comics, University Of British Columbia, Anthology, Echo, University Of Manitoba
Louis Riel Day: November 16, 2020
A Girl Called Echo Volume 2 - Red River Resistance by Katherena Vermette
Kisisakâciwan - Indigenous Voices from where the River Flows Swiftly edited by Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber Saskatchewan, The Voice, Famous Historical Figures, Canadian Culture, James Welch, American
Louis Riel Day: November 16, 2020
Kisisakâciwan - Indigenous Voices from where the River Flows Swiftly edited by Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber
Louis Riel - Let Justice Be Done by David G. Doyle Louis, Doyle, Religion, Kobo, Let It Be, Poster, Family Psychology, Catholic Religion
Louis Riel Day: November 16, 2020
Louis Riel - Let Justice Be Done by David G. Doyle
Louis Riel - A Comic-Strip Biography by Chester Brown Biography Books, History Books, Comic Strips, A Comics, Canadian Books
Louis Riel Day: November 16, 2020
Louis Riel - A Comic-Strip Biography by Chester Brown
Louis Riel - Library and Archives Canada National Parks, Riding Mountain National Park, Riding Mountain, Riding, Hudson Bay Company, Western Canada, Canadian, Parks Canada
Louis Riel - Library and Archives Canada
Louis Riel - Library and Archives Canada
Edited by Sheila Cote-Meek and Taima Moeke-Pickering, this book advances critical scholarship on the place of Indigenous epistemologies, knowledges, curriculum and pedagogy to develop methods for decolonial teaching. Indigenous Knowledge, Teaching Technology, Secondary Education, Teachings, Indigenous Peoples, Pedagogy
Decolonizing and Indigenizing Education in Canada
Edited by Sheila Cote-Meek and Taima Moeke-Pickering, this book advances critical scholarship on the place of Indigenous epistemologies, knowledges, curriculum and pedagogy to develop methods for decolonial teaching.
June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, a time to celebrate and learn about the history, heritage and diverse cultures of Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island. This resource contains books about First Nations, Inuit and Métis to be used in classrooms and libraries. Reading Lists, Diverse Books, Book Worth Reading
Indigenous History Month Reading List
June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, a time to celebrate and learn about the history, heritage and diverse cultures of Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island. This resource contains books about First Nations, Inuit and Métis to be used in classrooms and libraries.
A fantastic graphic novel about Indigenous teens and their experiences in an urban landscape. Ideas, English, Top Fiction, University Of Saskatchewan, The Missing, Fiction Novels
Surviving the City
A fantastic graphic novel about Indigenous teens and their experiences in an urban landscape.
The Urban Indigenous Education Centre (UIEC) will be hosting several events to support students and staff to learn from Indigenous Peoples. Register below: https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Portals/0/images/november-calendar-r3.pdf Leadership, First Language, First Nations, Community Engagement, Knowledge, Education Center
Indigenous Education Month at TDSB
The Urban Indigenous Education Centre (UIEC) will be hosting several events to support students and staff to learn from Indigenous Peoples. Register below: https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Portals/0/images/november-calendar-r3.pdf
Shelly is a teen who can catch ghosts. In a beautiful story rooted in Cree tradition, the Ghost Collector delves into questions of grief and loss. Ghost Stories, Spirits Of The Dead, A Monster Calls, Lost Soul, Ghost Cat, Juvenile Fiction, Ghost, The Collector, Allison
The Ghost Collector
Shelly is a teen who can catch ghosts. In a beautiful story rooted in Cree tradition, the Ghost Collector delves into questions of grief and loss.
A coming-of-age story that follows a young shaman named Pitu as he learns to use his powers and ultimately finds himself lost in the world of the spirits. Coming Of Age, Ya Novels, Adventure Novels, Young Adult Fiction, Young Adult Literature, Iqaluit
Those Who Run in the Sky
A coming-of-age story that follows a young shaman named Pitu as he learns to use his powers and ultimately finds himself lost in the world of the spirits.
Fire Song is a Young Adult novel by Adam Garnet Jones focusing on life for Indigenous people, queer youth, and community and relationships. Songs, Songs About Fire, Young Adult Novels, Ya Books, Young Adult, Grieving Mother
Adam Garnet Jones Adam Garnet Jones Fire Song
Fire Song is a Young Adult novel by Adam Garnet Jones focusing on life for Indigenous people, queer youth, and community and relationships.
The Mighty Muskrats, four cousins from the Windy Lake First Nation, are a team of mystery solving kids in a series of young reader novels that deals with current and topical issues in the lives of Indigenous peoples. Mystery Series, Mystery Novels, Best Mysteries, Young Reader, Mystery Book, Paperback Books, Auntie, The Magicians
The Case of the Missing Auntie
The Mighty Muskrats, four cousins from the Windy Lake First Nation, are a team of mystery solving kids in a series of young reader novels that deals with current and topical issues in the lives of Indigenous peoples.
A follow up to Turtle Island, What the Eagle Sees shares accounts of the people, places, and events that have mattered to Indigenous history after European contact. Eagle, Chief Seattle, Eagles, Got Books, Reading Levels, Bestselling Author, Dangerous Love
What the Eagle Sees: Indigenous Stories of Rebellion and Renewal by Eldon Yellowhorn & Kathy Lowinger
A follow up to Turtle Island, What the Eagle Sees shares accounts of the people, places, and events that have mattered to Indigenous history after European contact.
From 14,000 years ago to the present day, this book tells a comprehensive story of the history of Turtle Island North America, Indigenous Peoples Of The Americas, North, American Indian Heritage, America
Turtle Island
From 14,000 years ago to the present day, this book tells a comprehensive story of the history of Turtle Island
From sewing regalia to dancing at powow to learning traditional language, I’m Finding My Talk is about rediscovering her community, and finding culture. Features stunning, vibrant illustrations by Mi’kmaw artist Pauline Young. Spoken Word, Thomas, Emotional Child, New Children's Books, Great Books, Poetry For Kids, Lost, Talk
I'm Finding My Talk - Nimbus Publishing and Vagrant Press
From sewing regalia to dancing at powow to learning traditional language, I’m Finding My Talk is about rediscovering her community, and finding culture. Features stunning, vibrant illustrations by Mi’kmaw artist Pauline Young.
One of Rita Joe’s most influential poems, “I Lost My Talk” tells the revered Mi’kmaw Elder’s childhood story of losing her language while a resident of the residential school in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia Most Famous Poems, Losing Me, Pauline, Losing Her, Children’s Author, Joes, Childhood Stories
I Lost My Talk - Nimbus Publishing and Vagrant Press
One of Rita Joe’s most influential poems, “I Lost My Talk” tells the revered Mi’kmaw Elder’s childhood story of losing her language while a resident of the residential school in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia
Combining graphic fiction and non-fiction, this young adult graphic novel serves as a window into one of the unique dangers of being an Indigenous teen in Canada today. Books, Writing, Nonfiction Books, Nonfiction, Previous Year
If I Go Missing
Combining graphic fiction and non-fiction, this young adult graphic novel serves as a window into one of the unique dangers of being an Indigenous teen in Canada today.
Whose Land is it Anyway Manual, Worth Reading, Leadership Roles, Community Development, Convention On Biological Diversity, Department Of Geography, University Of Victoria
Whose Land Is It Anyway? A Manual for Decolonization
Whose Land is it Anyway
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline is a dystopian novel  where the world has been ravaged by global warming and results in madness. Only Native Americans  are spared from this madness because the marrow in their bones allows them to dream. This is more than just dystopian with indigenous characters; Dimaline probes into what it means to lose culture to another. People, Worth, Thief, Cure, Books Young Adult
The Marrow Thieves
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline is a dystopian novel where the world has been ravaged by global warming and results in madness. Only Native Americans are spared from this madness because the marrow in their bones allows them to dream. This is more than just dystopian with indigenous characters; Dimaline probes into what it means to lose culture to another.
Indigenous Community: Rekindling the Teachings of the Seventh Fire,  by Gregory A. Cajete (2015) Foundation, Indigenous Community, Aboriginal Education, Indian Education, American Indian Art, Knowledge And Wisdom
Indigenous Community: Rekindling the Teachings of the Seventh Fire, by Gregory A. Cajete (2015)
Native Science: Natural Laws of Interdependence Paperback by Ph.D. Cajete Gregory (1995) Science And Nature, Social Science, Science, Free Reading, Reading Online, Law, Ebooks Online
Native Science: Natural Laws of Interdependence Paperback by Ph.D. Cajete Gregory (1995)
Look to the Mountain: An Ecology of Indigenous Education  by Gregory Cajete (1993) Fitness, University Of New Mexico, American Indian Culture, Educational Consultant, Tribal Community, American Indians
Look to the Mountain: An Ecology of Indigenous Education by Gregory Cajete (1993)
For Angela, NFB, directed by Nancy Trites Botkin & Daniel Prouty Teachers, Daniel, Nancy, Angela, Quick, Online Resources
For Angela, NFB, directed by Nancy Trites Botkin & Daniel Prouty
The Old Man with the Otter Medicine – Oct 1 2008 by John Blondin (Author) Otters, Winter, Nambe, First Peoples, Olds
The Old Man with the Otter Medicine – Oct 1 2008 by John Blondin (Author)
Mwakwa Talks to the Loon: A Cree Story for Children, by Dale Auger Children, Children’s Books, Childrens Books, Children Books, Children's Literature, Loon, Aboriginal Children
Mwakwa Talks to the Loon: A Cree Story for Children, by Dale Auger
Bridging Cultures: Indigenous and Scientific Ways of Knowing Nature Paperback – Aug 15 2010 by Glen Aikenhead (Author), Herman Michell (Author) Book Lovers, Nature, Reading Club, Book Worms, Book Nooks, Nature School
Bridging Cultures: Indigenous and Scientific Ways of Knowing Nature Paperback – Aug 15 2010 by Glen Aikenhead (Author), Herman Michell (Author)