Texts & Resources
Texts & Resources Available for Circulation contact Cortnee Goure to have the resources sent to your school
Thinking Critically About First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Resources
Good Minds is a quality site to use for purchasing bias-free teaching and educational resources. They have developed selection criteria for offering teachers and librarians the most current, educationally sound, and bias-free resources. They have offered St. Clair the following presentation to support critically thinking about the texts used in classrooms.
Goodminds is hosting a Video Web Series! "13 Moons, 13 Reads". Check out their youtube channel and view the latest session on the 28th of each month!
O Canada in Ojibwe
Kettle and Stony Point First Nation
O Canada in Ojibwe recorded by the late Ellen Sands
This recording is shared by Gretchen Sands, Bkejwanong Territory, Walpole Island First Nation, for use in schools. Miigwech, Gretchen!
Please contact Cortnee Goure to connect your class/school with understanding the land based meaning of the words to O Canada in Ojibwe as well as learning to sing this song.
SCCDSB Educator Resource Pages
More Visible Thinking Strategies for the Classroom
Use the following link to access classroom ready tools to embed visible thinking routines in the classsroom.
Looking for additional digital Indigenous Education Resources? Check out the Digital Resources to Support Indigenous Education K-12 by FNMIEAO. These new digital resources have been designed to provide teachers with accurate content along with curriculum connections to support the learning of Indigenous peoples, and truths both past and present. Resource subscription from the FNMIAEO.COM . Please contact Cortnee Goure for the SCCDSB username and password or see the lates CLS Newsletter.
The revised curriculum documents along with teaching and learning resources can be found on the Edugains website for Elementary and Secondary