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Indigenous Education K-12

About this Guide

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The guide will help Education students locate a wide variety of resources for integrating First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) perspectives and experiences relating to K-12 education.  This guide will also assist in locating resources related to the history of Aboriginal Education, including residential schools.

Featured Treaty Resources Available in the Education Libraries

Alex shares his Wampum Belt

Alex shares his Wampum Belt

Alex shares his wampum belt, explains what wampum belts are and their significance with respect to treaties.
"The language used by Crawford, who is a citizen of M’Chigeeng First Nation, is easily understood by children. This helps them to understand the lesson being taught and its importance and relevance to their lives. This is just one facet that makes these books an excellent tool for any elementary classroom."--Anishinabek News.

Dakota talks about Treaties

Dakota talks about Treaties

Dakota talks about treaties, explains what treaties are and their importance. These stories are meant to be read aloud by teachers to their classes at the elementary school level. "The language used by Crawford, who is a citizen of M’Chigeeng First Nation, is easily understood by children. This helps them to understand the lesson being taught and its importance and relevance to their lives. This is just one facet that makes these books an excellent tool for any elementary classroom."--Anishinabek News.

We are all Treaty People

We are all Treaty People

This book explains the history of the Anishinaabeg, or Anishinabek nations. The nations of Ojibwa, Chippewa, Odawa, Mississauga, Potawatomi, Algonquin, and Delaware peoples are described. This book gives the history of the culture, values, co-existence, Seven Years War, treaties, Oka, and present day events. First Nations, Inuit and Metis content and perspectivies. This resource supports the "Teaching of Treaties in the classroom"

Treaties

Treaties

"Indigenous peoples have played an influential role in Canadian history and continue to do so today. From the past and into the future, Treaties reveals the challenges Indigenous peoples face while negotiating treaties with governments over the use of their land."-- Provided by publisher.

Educational Organizations

New Indigenous Ebooks/Teaching Resources