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Inquiry Based Learning
In advance of Orange Shirt Day and Canada’s new National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, The Outdoor Learning Store has worked with Indigenous partners, advisors and organizations to create Indigenous learning resources. These are all written, curated and created by Indigenous authors and artists.
Edited by Sheila Cote-Meek and Taima Moeke-Pickering, this book advances critical scholarship on the place of Indigenous epistemologies, knowledges, curriculum and pedagogy to develop methods for decolonial teaching.
June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, a time to celebrate and learn about the history, heritage and diverse cultures of Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island. This resource contains books about First Nations, Inuit and Métis to be used in classrooms and libraries.
The Urban Indigenous Education Centre (UIEC) will be hosting several events to support students and staff to learn from Indigenous Peoples. Register below: https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Portals/0/images/november-calendar-r3.pdf
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline is a dystopian novel where the world has been ravaged by global warming and results in madness. Only Native Americans are spared from this madness because the marrow in their bones allows them to dream. This is more than just dystopian with indigenous characters; Dimaline probes into what it means to lose culture to another.