A map of Federal Indian Day Schools in Canada with a corresponding RG-10 file for each location.
Discusses the importance of respect for Elders, their role as sources of knowledge, community leaders and carriers of culture, and the value of orality and learning through stories and conversation.
Examines the low voter turnout for Indigenous populations in Canada during the 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2011 federal elections.
Examines the creation of the Native Human Services that provides an Indigenous worldview to address Indigenous educational and employment opportunities. To view article scroll down to page 41.
Educational resource tells the story of Thomas George Prince.
History Thesis (MA) -- College of William & Mary, 1990.
Historical social studies textbook.
Series of videos and transcripts with mathematical themes, most of which are translated into various Indigenous languages. Teaching guides can be found under classroom resources section.
Education Thesis (PEd) -- University of Ottawa, 2022.
Study guide for the book about a young Inuit girl's day on the land with her grandmother.
Suitable for PreK to Grade 2.
Environmental Studies Major Paper (MES) -- York University, 2019.
History Thesis (PHD) - York University, 2019.
Indigenous Studies Thesis (M.A) -- University of Winnipeg, 2018.
Six pages are images from Sacred Feminine and IKWE colouring books.
Discusses characteristics of different types of combs and their uses.
Looks at the passing of Canada's Bill C-92 and what it could learn from the United States' Indian Child Welfare Act in regards to the well-being and care of Indigenous children.
Searchable website is an online portal giving educators access to Indigenous sky-knowledge resources.
General information on choosing appropriate texts, common themes, copyright and protocol and dealing with sensitive content followed by an extensive list of material with annotations for grade level, description, themes and content cautions.
Traditional story about how coyote, with the help of other animals, stole fire from the Fire Protectors and gave it to humans so that they could stay warm during the winter months.
Retelling of traditional story.
Source: Man in the Moon: Sky Tales from Many Lands collected by Alta Jablow and Carl Withers.
Developed in conjunction with an exhibition featuring works by Bev Koski, Katie Longboat, Jean Marhsall, and Olivia Whetung.
Developed for use with book by artist Christi Belcourt in accordance with of the Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework.
The traditional story of how Wisakedjak caused the great flood and how, with the help of Muskrat, he was able to remake the world.
Extract from Native Voices edited by Freda Ahenakew, Breanda Gardipy, and Barbara Lafond.
Education Thesis (PHD) -- University of Ottawa, 2005.
From "A Very Remarkable Sickness": Epidemics in the Petit Nord, 1670 to 1846 by Paul Hacket.
Discusses the importance of the Indigenous invention in the development of Canada.
Can be adapted for students K-12. There are two activities: harvesting birch sap and making birch syrup.
Lesson plan for book written by Brenda J. Child and illustrated by Jonathan Thunder. Designed for Pre-K to Grade 2.
Communication Thesis (M.A) -- Simon Fraser University, 2018.
Examines what is needed to improve equitable health care for Indigenous populations in urban settings.
Most relevant material found in: Chapter 2: Indigenous Canada before Contact; Chapter 5: Indigenous Canada in the Era of Contact; Chapter 8: Rupert’s Land and the Northern Plains, 1690–1870.
Material divided into seven categories: graphic novel, nonfiction, novel, play, poetry, short stories, and stories. Each entry contains summary, information about the author and list of titles also written by them.
Sources divided into books and pamphlets, book chapters, society publications, and periodicals.
Compilation of primary sources, mainly newspaper articles.
Examines the impact of education and identity in predicting the socioeconomic mobility of Indigenous populations.
Describes the "differences in the hospitalization rates of First Nations children and youth living on and off reserve, Inuit children and youth living in Inuit Nunangat (excluding Nunavik), and Métis children and youth, relative to non-Indigenous children and youth".
For use with chapter from Voices and Visions: A Story of Canada, a Grade 7 Social Studies textbook.