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Weaving Our Way: From Patterns to Linear Relations in a Ts’msyen Context

This cross-grade numeracy resource provides multiple lessons with hands-on  engaging activities to teach mathematics with Indigenous perspective, through oral histories, contemporary art and highlighting Indigenous role models. Developing the resource involved consultation with local Ts’msyen educators and advisors, the development of new literature in coordination with the Ts’msyen Sm’algyax Language Authority, consultation with outside numeracy experts, and piloting lessons in classrooms.

The resource was developed in SD52 (Prince Rupert) on Ts'msyen Territory and uses Ts'msyen narratives, and cultural connections to teach numeracy concepts. Many of the lessons would be easy to adapt to fit within a Coast Salish context.

 

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