Professional development webinars for educators who are committed to Indigenous student success.

Free webinars on Indigenous education topics

Webinars are currently offered in English and are available through Adobe Connect.

Participants can join on their PC, Mac, or smart device. If joining by smart device, participants will need to download the Adobe Connect app.

K-12 educators are invited to host 30 minute instructional webinars with lesson plans. Share your expertise with a network of K-12 educators of Indigenous students to improve educational outcomes and increase high school completion rates. Email Ali Darnay,, to express your interest.


For more info, please contact us: | 1.855.INDSPIRE (463.7747) x3008

Upcoming Webinars:

Past Webinars (Recorded):

Mee-Noo-Pee-Mah-Tee-See-We-Nah-Askik “Living the Good Life on the Land” Lessons and Curriculum Connections

Land-based program for at-risk and special education students incorporating traditional practices and language has increased graduation and retention rates.

Mee-Noo-Pee-Mah-Tee-See-We-Nah-Askik “Living the Good Life on the Land”

Overview of a land-based program for at-risk and special education students incorporating traditional practices and language.

Métis Resources and Follow up Activities

Learn about a variety of Métis resources and follow up activities to support Métis content in elementary classrooms.

Rotary Readers Project: Supporting Métis Content

Supporting Métis content in elementary classrooms by integrating Métis content in a variety of subject areas.

A Mother/Daughter Team on Cree Language Revitalization Part 2

Highlighting instructional strategies for teaching the Cree language through incorporating the Maskwacis Cree App.

A Mother/Daughter team on Cree Language Revitalization Part 1

Focus on maintaining, enhancing, retaining, sharing & developing Cree language speakers. Share strategies for teaching proficiency through Total Physical Response.

Maker Education in the Classroom: Indigenous Culture and Place-Based Learning

In this session learn about two Indigenous Maker units. This hands on approach to Indigenous education is inclusive and engaging.

Incorporating Maker Education into your classroom with an Indigenous Worldview

Explore the current trends in “Maker Education” creating more STEAM opportunities and how to use local Indigenous knowledge.

Anishinaabemowin in the Elementary Classroom

Describes the ways in which Anishinaabemowin is instructed in elementary classrooms and review sample lessons on money and time

Rivers to Success: Mentoring Indigenous Youth Orientation (High school stream)

Learn more about our mentoring program for High School and Post-secondary students.

National Film Board of Canada: An Educator’s Guide to Trick or Treaty and Hi-Ho Mistahey! (2016 National Gathering)

Presents the guide that provides a framework and reference for introducing the films and examining how they relate to Indigenous issues.