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Take Action for Reconciliation: Path to Wellness

We all want to be healthy. Path to Wellness explores Indigenous Peoples’ views on health and wellness and the importance to everyone of finding balance for the mind, body, spirit, and emotions. Includes 16 student book copies and 1 teacher’s guide.

Engage students in inquiry about Indigenous cultures, worldviews, and history as we work towards reconciliation in Canada.Take Action for Reconciliation inquiry-based student books focus on Indigenous cultures, languages, and worldviews and include:

  • Indigenous voices and perspectives throughout
  • Contemporary stories and historical truths
  • Examples of actions people have taken to promote reconciliation
  • Quotes by Indigenous leaders and Elders highlighting ideas and/or issues
  • Think About It! section to prompt further inquiry and help students connect to their own lives
  • Learn About It! section offering additional facts and information or questions for students to research
  • Final Project: a call to take action, share your learning, taking a step in reconciliation

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