Here you can find some of my slides from current presentations and some lesson plans.
Also my giveaway book and podcast list.
This is a great resources that focuses here in BC
This is an amazing resource that can help you find ways to become and ally in this work.
This is a document that you can look through to find resources to learn more.
Slides on teaching tips with the Truth and Reconciliation. These are slides that suggest some teaching ideas around how to teach about the 94 calls to action
Words connect us. Words hurt us. Indigenous histories have been twisted by centuries of colonization. Host Kaniehti:io Horn brings us together to decolonize our minds– one word, one concept, one story at a time.
FNCFCS Is an amazing resource. So many things to help support the learning of Canadian's relationship with Indigenous people
A great place to find out about this lands history. Episodes also come with lesson plan ideas.
A great resource to learn of the true history of British Columbia
Surrey School District Cedar Lessons
With the vision of building bridges between the First Nations and Canadian systems of law, First Nations Journeys of Justice honours oral history and teaches concepts and practices of justice from the perspective of First Nations ways of knowing. The program contains modules for grades 1-7
First Nations, Metis, Inut Ways of Knowing. A common threads resource Teacher's Guide
Lesson Plans for Wab Kenew's 8th Fire Series
Amazing resource for Aboriginal Culture. “The program ‘From Time Immemorial’ is designed to provide students from primary to mid-intermediate grades with a basic introduction to Stóːlō culture and an understanding of First Nations history. …. This project was funded by a grant from the Ministry of Education, Aboriginal Branch under their Curriculum Development Program.”
UBC Museum of Anthropology online resources
The following reading list is a selection of the growing number of books, websites, and articles that document the history and legacy of residential schools. It is by no means complete and is a work in progress. The original list was compiled by the Legacy of Hope Foundation with additional resources added by the National Day of Healing and Reconciliation and Project of Heart.