Potlatch as Pedagogy: Learning Through Ceremony developed and authored by father and daughter duo, Robert Davidson and Sara Florence Davidson, especially for educators as a Haida model of learning. This practical 80-page volume is an accessible professional learning guide for teacher candidates as well as seasoned educators. It seeks to promote inquiry-based learning as it provides an inclusive approach to delivering curriculum. Haida master carver and artist in a variety of media including as a printmaker, painter, and jeweler, Robert Davidson, is a leading figure in the renaissance of Haida art and culture. His daughter Sara Florence Davidson is a Haida educator and scholar with a PhD in Literacy Education. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Teacher Education Department at the University of the Fraser Valley, where she works with teacher candidates to bring Indigenous content, perspectives, and pedagogies into their classrooms. This book offers the key idea that specific First Nation traditional knowledge and ceremonies offer important concepts for learning and teaching. This book is ideal for teachers from all cultural backgrounds and will enhance faculty of education programs. Highly recommended.