Le présent document est un excellent outil pour l’enseignante ou l’enseignant de même qu’un incitatif pour l’élève à découvrir le monde qui l’entoure. Il encadre l’enquête dans l’environnement, enquête qui est façonnée par les questions et les hypothèses formulées par l’élève – sa curiosité naturelle – pendant qu’il explore son environnement.
Braiding Sweetgrass has been updated with a new introduction from Robin Wall Kimmerer, an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. In this bound in stamped linen cloth with a bookmark ribbon and a deckled edge, this second edition features five brilliantly colored illustrations by artist Nate Christopherson. Drawing on her life as an Indigenous scientist, and as a woman, Robin Wall Kimmerer shows how living beings - asters and goldenrod, strawberries and squash, salamanders, algae, and sweetgrass—offer us gifts and lessons, even if we've forgotten how to hear their voices.
Orange Shirt Day is observed annually on September 30th to honour residential school survivors and their families, and to remember those who did not make it. This book explores the historical impact on Indigenous people in order to create champions who will walk a path of reconciliation through Orange Shirt Day, promoting the message that Every Child Matters. The Orange Shirt Society is a non-profit society based in Williams Lake BC that grew out of the events in 2013 inspired by Chief Robbins' vision for reconciliation.
Decolonizing and Indigenizing Education in Canada edited by Sheila Cote-Meek, an Anishnaabe-Kwe from the Teme-Augama Anishnabai, and Taima Moeke-Pickering, Maori of the Ngati Pukeko and Tuhoe Tribes from Aotearoa - New Zealand, is an expansive collection exploring the complexities of decolonization and indigenization of post-secondary institutions.
Chuck the Different Vampire is written by Marla Paul Merasty and illustrated by Alan Margolis. This is the story of Chuck, a different young vampire. He is longing to be in the sun and day-time world. Along his way he finds out he has a special power that allows him to be in the sun...manners and being polite. While out in his community he meets a young girl with Cerebral Palsy and they become friends. This story aligns with Jordan’s Principle.
The Making of a Star Blanket includes commentaries by Katherine and Leo Pettipas and is illustrated by Don Monkman. The Making of a Star Blanket provides an opportunity for students to work with paper and colour, while integrating the concept of numbers into the learning and teaching process.
Curiosité Naturelle, 2e edition: Ressource pour l’enseignante ou l’enseignant: L’importance du point de vue Autochtone dans l’enquête dans l’environnement de l’enfant droit d’auteur par Doug Anderson, Julie Comay et Lorraine Chiarotto est la deuxième édition de ce livre. Le présent document est un excellent outil pour l'enseignante ou l'enseignant de même qu’un incitatif pour l'élève à découvrir le monde qui l'entoure.
Reclaiming Our Territory, Word by Word: Grassroots Language Teaching is a step-by-step guide to teaching any language. No teaching experience required. Use the activities and games to get students interested in learning a language, with examples from the Ojibwe language. Author Patricia Ningewance draws from her 40 years of teaching Ojibwe to share strategies that work for teaching language.
Spirit Bear : pêcher le savoir, attraper des rêves / Spirit Bear: Fishing for Knowledge, Catching Dreams, written by Cindy Blackstock and illustrated by Amanda Strong, is based on the story of Shannen Koostachin and her dream for safe and comfy schools for every First Nations student in Canada.
Braiding Legal Orders, Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is edited by John Borrows, Larry Chartrand, Oonagh E. Fitzgerald and Risa Schwartz under copyright of the Centre for International Governance Innovation and with the support of and collaboration with the Wiyasiwewin Mikiwahp Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan. The preface of this work states that the UNDRIP is an opportunity to explore and reconceive the relationship between international law, Indigenous peoples’ own laws and Canada’s constitutional narratives.