Treaty Education

  • Office of the Treaty Commissioner: This website provides excellent resources for teachers such as videos, lesson plans, etc. straight from the treaty commissioner’s office. http://www.otc.ca/
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission: On this website are numerous resources (just click on the resources tab) for learning about the truth and reconciliation commission from the actual TRC, to Indigenous organizations, resources for learning about reconciliation, and more educational resources. This is an excellent resource to take some time and learn from. http://www.trc.ca/websites/trcinstitution/index.php?p=3
  • Assembly of First Nations: This website reflects the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) organization that represents numerous First Nations peoples across Canada. This is a great resource to get connected with the AFN and learn about it, upcoming events, and news and media that we can then share with our students.http://www.afn.ca/Home/
  • Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre: This website is designed to be resource for sharing and compiling resources for anyone to gain access to knowledge pertaining to Saskatchewan First Nations http://www.sicc.sk.ca/
  • Legacy of Hope Foundation: The Legacy of Hope Foundation’s (LHF) is an Indigenous-led foundation that aims towards raising awareness around the lasting impacts of residential schools, Indigenous history, and the injustices Indigenous peoples faced throughout Indigenous history and today. This website offers wonderful resources for teachers to work towards reconciliation with their students in a way that begins to mend relationships while recognizing the past and the effects that are still present today.   http://legacyofhope.ca/
  • Canadian Roots Exchange: The Canadian Roots Exchange is a group of Indigenous and Non-indigenous youth bridging the gap between the peoples of Canada and working show towards reconciliation. This is a good resource to show students to educate them on the daily realities for Indigenous peoples as well shows students that they can take action. http://canadianroots.ca/
  • Indigenous Environmental Network: This website is a resource that promotes unified action, sharing information, recognition of Indigenous peoples rights, and promoting the recognition of traditional forms of leadership.  http://www.ienearth.org/
  • Saskatchewan Teachers Federation: First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Resources: Listed here is a large compile of excellent teacher and student friendly resources. https://www.stf.sk.ca/professional-resources/stewart-resources-centre/resources/related-links/first-nations-metis-inuit
  • Regina Public School Division: This website provides educators with teaching resources, First Nation and Metis specific content resources, as well as directories other website directories.http://www.rbe.sk.ca/teachers-staff/instruction/first-nations-and-m%C3%A9tis-education
  • Getting to Know Turtle Island: Incorporating First Nation, Metis, and Inuit Perspectives K-8: Excellent resource with FNMI content that relates how to integrate FNMI into K-8 classrooms. This document outlines definitions, strategies/activities to do with your class, highlights many resources to further not only your students’ knowledge but also your own, as well as provides an annotated list of resources (lesson plans, activities, etc.) for all subject areas. http://www.limestone.on.ca/Programs/Aboriginal_Ed/Aboriginal_ED_Documents/Turtle_Island.pdf
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