Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Indigenous Teaching Resources

 

Developed by our Faculty

Curriculum Guide: (Inter)national dialogue on advocacy for human rights, equity, and justice for First Nations

Developed by Dr. Lynette Shultz, Dr. Thashika Pillay (Faculty of Education, Queen’s University), Carrie Karsgaard, Dale Saddleback

 

Treaty Resource Guide for K-12 Educators (PDF)

Developed by Liv Rondeau

 

Indigenizing Online Learning

Developed by Liv Rondeau, Deb St. Amant, Jennifer Davis, Lindsay Morcom, Kelly Maracle, and Lindsay Brant

 

TEDxTalk: A History of Indigenous Languages- and How to Revitalize Them

Presented by Lindsay Morcom

 

Truth and Reconciliation in Your Classroom

 

Truth and Reconciliation Video Series

Developed by ATEP, and elders and allies in the Indigenous and Queen's community

 

Teaching Aboriginal Education

Developed by Liv Rondeau

 

Week 2, Module 2: Race, Racism, and Colonization

Written by: Dr. Lindsay Morcom

 

Recommended by our Faculty

 

IllumiNative: Native American Education for All

K-12, free digital lesson plans and activities.

 

A Rotinonhsyón:ni Representation of the Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession

 

James Bay Treaty Exhibit

Created through a partnership between Queen's Archives, Mushkegowuk Council, and the Archives of Ontario.