The purpose of this document is to support the Walking Curriculum 30-day challenge and to introduce an Indigenous perspective to the learning activities.
Culture Indigenous Food Systems Network https://www.indigenousfoodsystems.org/ The Indigenous Food Systems Network Website was developed by the Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty (WGIFS) and is designed to allow individuals and groups involved with Indigenous food related action, research, and policy reform to network and share relevant resources and information.
Residential Schools Canadian Encyclopedia: Residential Schools https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/residential-schools This entry provides a concise overview of the history of residential schools in Canada, highlighting their function as institutions of assimilation, the unfit living conditions that students endured, and the lasting damages that this form of schooling has caused.
First Nations Educational Steering Committee (FNESC): Grade 10 http://www.fnesc.ca/grade-10irsr/ These learning resources are designed to help Grade 10 students attain an understanding of the history of the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people of Canada's history. They are for the instruction of youth from all cultural backgrounds, not just Aboriginal students.
Speaking My Truth http://speakingmytruth.ca/?page_id=17# This website provides selected reflections, in reader format, on the lived and living experiences and legacies of Residential Schools, and more broadly, reconciliation in Canada.
Reconcilliation Reconcilliation Canada: Impact Stories https://reconciliationcanada.ca/resources/impact-stories/ This web page includes 12 short videos of various Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples (from school kids, artists, community leaders, etc.) as they talk about their connection to reconciliation.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation http://www.osstf.on.ca/full-circle-first-nations-metis-inuit-ways-of-knowing This project is the culmination of work done over the past two and a half years by thirteen members of OSSTF/FEEESO, most of whom are First Nations or Metis, or work extensively with Aboriginal students. The lessons are designed to be implemented in a range of courses, such as civics, history, social sciences, English, geography, business, careers, physical education, and science.
Other Resources songs, Indigenous speakers, books, movies, artists, quotes, war, veterans https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XjxViMffAAKXeG-NDP9iSRzn7zPe8oSjKuqIff4CFdA/edit?usp=sharing