These short films for younger learners are by Indigenous filmmakers from across Canada. These stories address a range of subjects, such as: the influence of elders, realizing your potential, sharing
This website is a joint project of the Métis Nation British Columbia and the Métis Youth British Columbia. It was created with funding from the Canadian Culture On-Line Project, a
This virtual exhibition, curated by Gregory Scofield for the Legacy of Hope Foundation, is the online counterpart to a touring exhibition that aims to give voice to the experience of
Foundations of a justice curriculum – Building Bridges of Understanding Between Nations With the vision of building bridges between the First Nations and Canadian systems of law, First Nations Journeys
This eBook is intended to be an interactive resource leading educators from the story to the ‘back story’ utilizing links on each page to offer related resources. Throughout this book
Some items in the Coast Salish collection: Hul’qumi’num language kits, CDs, books (of numbers, animals, lessons, etc.) integrated inquiry based unit of study using Stz’uminus legends Eagle Power: a legend
Games from BEAM for students in grades K-6 to help develop fact fluency and number sense.
Find Speaking Our Truth – A Journey of Reconciliation by Monique Gray Smith on Destiny. Also available in literature circle sets. A fantastic read on Canada’s relationship with Indigenous People
Resources and ideas for ELL specialists. MiddleWeb Empowering ELL
Instructions: After watching the video clip. engage in a what did I used to think what do I think now activity.
Instructions: After watching the video, engage in the explanation game: Why is Mr. Indifferent showing kindness to others? Why did it happen that way?
Instructions: Students will complete the following steps in pairs, groups, or as a whole class. Claim: What is this video about? Support: What did you see and feel that makes
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the what makes you say that activity?
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the chalk talk visible thinking activity.
After watching the video clip, engage in a conversation: How are you different? How are you unique
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the step inside activity. What does Spencer know about, understand, or believe? What might Spencer care about or wish would happen?
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the I used to think but now I think activity.
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the compass points activity: E = Excited What excites you about this idea or proposition? W = Worrisome What do you find
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the color-symbol-routine activity. Ask students: What colour do you think of when you think about the video? What is a symbol that
Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the connect-extend challenge.
Instructions: After watching the clip, engage in a class conversation asking the questions what do you notice? What do you wonder? What are the benefits for employees? What are the
After watching the video think about, and share on, the following: What do you see? What do you think about that? What does it make you wonder?
Instructions: Watch the clip and share sentences from the sentence stems “I used to think” and “Now I think”
Environmental themed lesson plans (k-12) to promote personal and social responsibility Earth Week lesson ideas Pedagogical resources for transforming classes into eco-classrooms Lessons around reducing food waste Climate change lesson
What can and can’t be recycled in BC? Circular Economies Educational Information Tips for Going Zero Waste How to Run a Waste Audit at Your School Understanding Zero Waste According
Choral counting is intended to support students in making sense of increasing and decreasing patterns in cardinal numbers. The teacher leads children to count aloud together by a given number.
The Island Numeracy Assessment is a formative assessment tool that can be used flexibly to meet the needs of your students. Here are some ideas of how the assessment could
Hul’qumi’num Curriculum Grades 5-12 Hul’qumi’num Resource Package Grades 5-12