Educates, inspires and motivates all in attendance to recognize the strength in difference and build inclusive, respectful relationships among one another.
Incorporating Indigenous content and resources in high school courses. Addressing myths and misconceptions. Developing a cross-cultural understanding of First Nation, Métis and Inuit perspectives.
Culturally responsive interventions to meet the needs of First Nations students including a hands on approach to help establish inclusive classrooms and strategies to support diverse learners.
An interactive learning resource that provides a better understanding and familiarity about Inuit culture, history and modern life.
Project is a first for all 12 French language school boards in the province. Work licenses purchased to allow all history teachers to use 4 Seasons of Reconciliation with support.
A program based on traditional cultural teachings and focuses on: key life skills, leadership development, healthy relationships, positive self-esteem, self-awareness and connections to education.
Innovative/collaborative summer institute designed for the purpose of integrating cultural and land-based teachings; and developing the capacity of principals, directors, and administrators.
A model integrating Indigenous educational practices and Western knowledge. Holistic learning, demonstrates learning as a communal activity, and recognizes education as a process of decolonization.
Created to enable K-8 teachers to know how and where to incorporate a variety of specific First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures, histories, arts, worldviews and issues into curriculum.
MK's Numeracy Consultant works with teachers to help students acquire a math competency. Grade specific Professional Learning developing both improved pedagogy and understanding of the mathematics.
Literacy project focused on Métis literature and Métis authors. Goals include: encouraging students to read more frequently, increase awareness of Indigenous perspectives and increase literacy rates.
For all teachers of grades 9–12 who are looking for ways to infuse Indigenous world-views into their courses. The resource has research and lesson plans.