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.
This book presents goals and strategies needed to support K-8 Aboriginal learners including lesson ideas, outlines for full units, classroom management techniques, and assessment tools.
Better prepares educators to integrate Indigenous content into their classrooms. This approach improves educational outcomes and educational experiences for all learners.
Medicine Wheel teachings and understandings including wholeness, interrelationships, interconnections, and balance/respect are prevalent in all schools and in classrooms.
Circle of Courage program implemented for Indigenous learners that are in an urban setting to create climates of safety, belonging, achievement, advocacy and generosity.
Indigenizing educational experiences through grade 8 science, math, geography and history lessons; week long Indigenous celebration and sessions with local community members.
The resource guide supports educators and provides context as they incorporate the First Peoples Principles of Learning into their learning environments.
A culturally responsive approach, Indigenizing students' educational experiences focusing on engagement, relationships and transforming the learning environment.
A 10-week program in which students engage with community volunteers in a variety of activities to improve literacy.
This 4-6 week social studies unit is based on the Inquiry model. It has an overarching question and critical challenge for the students and teacher.
Indigenizing school practices and curriculum through the expansion of the work of the Aboriginal Education Student Leadership Council.
The Kenanow Learning Model was designed by the Elders of Northern Manitoba in creating the UCN Faculty of Education, a northern-based and Aboriginal-focused program.
The resource includes 12 activities and is accompanied by DVDs, a large collection of books, a 12' cloth banner and a 6' foldable timeline; requires a minimum 25 hours of instruction.
Designed to accompany the NFB documentaries Trick or Treaty? and Hi-Ho Mistahey!, directed by acclaimed Indigenous filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin. Help students understand the impacts of Treaty 9.
Designed to support the delivery of a workshop wherein the NFB film We Were Children is contextualized, screened, and discussed. Provides a powerful medium to educate about Indian Residential Schools.
NFB guide for FrontRunners provides a powerful medium to examine the injustice experienced by 10 Indigenous torch-bearers during the opening of the 1967 Pan American Games in Winnipeg.
A component of the collaborative inquiry approach used by the First Nation, Metis, and Inuit (FNMI) School Work Study Teacher (SWST) with classroom teachers and with other School Work Study Teachers.
A health promotion project that follows a collaborative comprehensive school health approach motivating change and transforms school environments for improved learning and health.
Miyo Wahkohtowin Education provides a free two-week camp to students focused on improving and expanding math skills.
A process that brings the community together to reflect upon and examine its education system through Indigenous values, vision, and purpose as well as identify key goals and action plans.
A culturally based community sport program for Aboriginal youth and young people living in diverse communities. The Rec and Read program consists of interconnected levels of multi-age mentoring.
The Relationship Based Learning Coach/Mentor model has been implemented to engage with the student, parent and teacher to develop goals and support achievement throughout the year.
This document focuses on Aboriginal education in Saskatchewan and researches promising practices that schools may incorporate to engage students, parents and communities in publicly funded education.
A bilingual/bicultural program and a joint project of the Okicīyapi Partnership involving the Saskatoon Tribal Council, Central Urban Métis Federation Incorporated and Saskatoon Public Schools.
Offers initiatives including Indigenous Peoples and Perspectives Department, courses, an Aboriginal Student Leadership group, as well as working to infuse Indigenous knowledge within all classrooms.
Offering programming and staff to support the needs of Aboriginal students. As well as educate all Ontario students on FNMI histories, cultures, and perspectives.
Students in the course get involved in school life through various leadership opportunities including traditional games, group activities, and cultural teachings by local Elders and community members.
Implementing a variety of initiatives to increase student achievement including quarter system, healthy active living program, Professional Learning Communities, partnerships and high school redesign.
Incorporates the knowledge of the Elders into the outcomes and indicators of the Saskatchewan Education Curriculum. Year planning is based on Elders' teachings in a seasonal chart.
Offering a number of First Nation, Métis and Inuit Educational supports including Indigenous Education staff, leadership programs, culturally responsive education and teacher PD.
This resource provides valuable background information for staff on First Nation, Métis and Inuit heritage, history, traditions, cultural teachings and celebrations specific to Niagara.
An internet-based high school program for students living in remote First Nations in Northern Ontario. Providing a community-based educational option for First Nations high school students.
A dynamic hybrid high school classroom that connects the host school East Three Secondary School in Inuvik, NT, to three smaller community schools.
Provides background information to staff and administrators on Aboriginal heritages, traditions, cultural teachings, celebrations, treaties, terminology, and best practices.
Offers a tradition-based curriculum including Ojibwe language and culture while meeting requirements set by the Parent Council, the TDSB and the Ontario Ministry of Education.
Ensures that the goal of quality, holistic education, as defined by our members, and attained through complete jurisdictional autonomy over our education programs, will be achieved.
Represents and works on behalf of First Nations controlled schools in BC. Supporting the creation of effective, nurturing, and appropriate educational environments including language and culture.
A variety of services with the goal of closing the opportunity gap for Aboriginal students. AEC infuses Aboriginal perspectives across the curriculum and provides direct wrap-around supports.
The authors describe the work of the Urban Aboriginal Education Pilot Project in the Toronto District School Board. Four key findings were produced for an urban Aboriginal education model.
Providing services in many critical areas for 58 First Nations schools as they strive to improve the quality of education for over 16,500 students who attend on-reserve schools.
Ensures an ongoing focus on science education within First Nations schools. MFNERC prepares students to represent the MFNSF at the Canada-Wide Science Fair and supports this delegation.
Created to help First Nation students in Manitoba access new sources of education and learning opportunities, offers over 30 online courses reflective of Indigenous knowledge and learning.
Delivers culturally-appropriate educational programs and services to support the academic and personal success of students who self-identify as being of Aboriginal ancestry.
A culturally based program, operating as a satellite of Sudbury Secondary School in partnership with N'Swakamok Native Friendship Centre and Rainbow District School Board.
1 of 11 publicly funded Alternative Secondary School Programs in Indigenous Friendship Centres in Ontario, approximately 1,000 urban Aboriginal students attend these schools to meet their needs.
Identifies nine goals to support Aboriginal, Métis and Inuit Education and serves a guide for school boards.
A unique educational setting where Aboriginal perspectives are incorporated into the current Manitoba curricula.
An all-girls grade 9 program that strives to encompass a dual foci, high academic expectations interwoven with the Medicine Wheel Philosophy to experience learning from an Aboriginal perspective.
A Secondary school committed to incorporating Haida language, culture, heritage and knowledge throughout the curriculum to narrow the gap and increase high school graduation rates for our children.
Developed to enhance the educational success of Aboriginal students. Culturally Responsive Education intertwining curriculum with the language, history, culture, and ecology of Haida Gwaii.
First Nations-controlled collective organization focused on advancing quality education for all First Nations learners in British Columbia.
A Secwepemc language immersion school grounded in the belief that knowledge of the language, traditional practices and beliefs of the Secwepemc will help develop a strong and healthy community.
This program provides Indigenous learners the personal, academic and financial support needed to make successful transitions into post-secondary education.
The program gives Aboriginal youth the opportunity to gain new life skills and explore career opportunities in the natural resources field.
This initiative combines instruction in video game design with immersion into Aboriginal stories and storytelling techniques.
An online program designed to meet the needs of Aboriginal students, allowing students to complete their high school education by taking grade 10 to 12 classes.
A community based drum group that supports cultural pride and increases self esteem.
Support services are offered to First Nations, Metis and Inuit students in the Health Sciences programs.
A portal to resources developed and provided through the Ontario Ministry of Education, focused on learning from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Community-based approach to engaging First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youth in locally and culturally relevant STEM education programs.
Provides hands-on, confidence-building programming in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through school workshops and one-week camps.
The Toolkit has been developed to provide Ontario teachers with the support they need to bring Aboriginal perspectives to life in the classroom.
Wikispace offering teachers Australian Aboriginal learning techniques for embedding Aboriginal perspectives in their delivery of the curriculum.
Designed to encourage and support the teaching of Aboriginal literature in Canadian secondary schools.
A major resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing in school science.
A thematic journal sharing the current research, teaching, and writing undertaken in the Faculty of Education, University of New Brunswick.
An educational resource developed to celebrate Akaitapii through various forms of media, to help and support the Kainai and other students.
Developed to have students graduate from Grade 12, bilingual in Dene and English, aware of their unique identity, and whose academic success is on par or exceeds provincial assessment.
An Integrated program where students share their learning with the city in two ways: a weekly thirty minute radio show and a weekly column in the newspaper and online blog.
An intergovernmental body of ministers of education undertaking work in support of Aboriginal Education.
Collaborative community-based project integrating Indigenous ways of knowing nature into school science program with the help of Elders/Knowledge Keepers.
Produced as a "generic" curriculum to meet the needs of all Dene in the NT and given approval by the Minister of Education for implementation in all Territorial schools with Dene students.
An addition to high school curriculum offering all students the opportunity to explore First Peoples’ worldviews through literature, founded on the First Peoples Principles of Learning.
Examining experiential, place-based educational programs promoting a holistic form that values the importance of place and its cultural knowledge.
The library catalogue for the First Nations institution libraries. Includes useful web resources gathered by librarians from the colleges and the U of A for teachers and K-12 students.
Culturally relevant math curriculum topics, Math videos translated into Blackfoot, Cree, Salish.
Culturally relevant math curriculum topics, Math videos translated into Blackfoot, Cree, Salish.
This document provides the vision and structure for all subsequent Mi’kmaw/ Miigmao Language curriculum.
An interactive website celebrating Indigenous oral traditions shared by Elders and traditional teachers. The site provides free curriculum packages for grades 1 to 12.
A collection of resources compiled as part of two key Canadian Culture Online (CCO) projects: Stories and Spaces: Exploring Kainai Plants and Culture and Dwelling in Wisdom.
Offers traditional and cultural-based indoor and outdoor leadership programming educating and engaging youth to develop new skills on the land and in urban settings.
A comprehensive community-based program created with a resiliency based focus centred on all positive behaviours that promote health and well-being through education and role-modeling.
An academic support centre offering a program to prepare students for University/College, as well as Aboriginal Science and Technology Education and Medicine Trail Programs.
A PDF resource providing direction for the integration of Aboriginal perspectives within the various curricula taught in Manitoba classrooms.
Integration and infusion of traditional Kainai Blood Spiritual and cultural protocols into the the Grade 6 to Grade 8 curriculum.
The objectives of the curriculum focus on strengthening, recalling and enhancing Inuit language and culture in the community and the school.
Ceremonial gathering of the Kainai Blood Tribe to renew relationships, transfer knowledge and ways.
Applied research project that provides theoretical and practical ideas to make the science curriculum in Saskatchewan more relevant and meaningful for First Nations and Métis learners.
A database of online curriculum resources for PreK-12 educators. Membership fees required.
The website provides online resources in the most effective ways of incorporating Indigenous knowledge within the secondary school science curricula in the state of New South Wales, Australia.
This website presents the culture and history of the Blackfoot-speaking people as they know and understand it. It includes learning resources and a teacher's toolkit.
A not-for-profit literacy service organization and resource for Aboriginal literacy. Download free teachers’ guides, lesson plans, student activities and literacy documents.
The site contains a Teachers' Resource Manual for NT for grades 7-8-9 and the NT Experiential Science 10-20-30 courses including lesson plans and activities to support curriculum.
The website includes locally developed and produced language videos that provide motivating and interactive language teaching, including a local children’s puppet television series.
This site provides a sampling of the stories of the Omushkegowak or "Swampy Cree" people of the Hudson and James Bay Lowlands of northern Manitoba and Ontario, includes more than 340 hours.
Dedicated to excellence in lifelong learning and empowerment through Anishinaabemowin, by providing community-based and student-centered learning opportunities.
A community initiated intervention within mainstream public education, placing full-time Métis, First Nation and Inuit staff alongside students, providing cultural support and guidance.
Promoting anti-racism education at the College of Education, University of Saskatchewan. A resource for educators committed to decolonization, anti- racism, and social and ecological justice.
This article will explore the relationship between Aboriginal self-esteem and educational attainment, with particular emphasis on the practical meanings of these elements for the classroom.
The website provides an interactive medium for learning Cree, TH, Y or N dialect and Dene as well as instructional curriculum development for Nursery-9.