The lesson plans in this category relate to leadership in education including treaty responsibilities, resistance, revitalization, curriculum, assessment and reconciliation.
This lesson plan guides students to explore questions of Indigenous - Settler identity constructions and political relations in Canada. Students will engage with content found in 'Voice Thread Talk...History, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being
Students will learn about First Nations' and Métis hunting perspectives and processes of the bison. Students will learn the traditional hunting practices and the uses of the the buffalo, along with...Biology, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Indigenous Language, On-the-Land, Nutrition, Social Studies, Science
This lessson is about the relationship, connection, and teachings of the bison, as well as, learning the spiritual, ecological, and characteristics of the bison. Students will view a series of vide...History, Health, Biology, Family and Parenting, On-the-Land, Science, Social Studies
This lesson is about Bison Teachings and the origin of the Bison Rock that once sat in Saskatchewan's Qu'Appelle Valley. It is about how the rock came to be through the story of Buffalo Child. Buff...Archaeology, Art, History, Social Studies, Literacy and Literature, On-the-Land
This lesson plan is part of a series of four Gatherings shared with NCCIE from the book 'Spirit of the Island: Manitoulin's People ~...History, Indigenous Language, Social Studies, Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being, Careers, Literacy and Literature