Aaniin! Taansi! She:kon! Welcome to the research guide for Indigenous education. This guide is designed to help Initial Teacher Education students find Indigenous education resources. Inspired by OISE’s Deepening Knowledge Project, the guide aims to help teachers infuse more Indigenous content into their practice. The guide includes:
See the Infusing Aboriginal Content and Perspectives Into Your Teaching Practice section of the Deepening Knowledge Project. This section contains resources, best practices, and terminology to help you infuse your practice with the perspectives of Indigenous peoples.
See this guide on terminology for Indigenous topics.
See this list of criteria for evaluating bias in Indigenous education materials.
Finally, ensure that you are making appropriate use of these materials in your classroom:
Copyright Matters! Some Key Questions and Answers for Teachers, 4th ed. (PDF)
Published in 2012 by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada; Canadian School Boards Association; and Canadian Teachers' Federation. Please note that some Copyright information may not be up to date.
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