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The Virtual Learning Line

These videos have been collected over the past couple of years to support teachers with their ongoing learning.  These videos have been created by NLPS teachers for NLPS teachers.

If you have an idea for a video, want to offer feedback or ask questions,  email:  thelearningline@sd68.bc.ca.

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Indigenous Perspectives

Making a Bentwood Box

Coast Salish Snuneymuxw artist Joel Good creates kerfs, then steams and and bends a yellow cedar plank in preparation for creating a bentwood box. He is one of the relatively few bringing back the art of bending boxes.

When Seagull Stole the Sun

 A Coast Salish story told by Hul̓q̓umín̓um̓ language teacher Squtxulenuxw (George Seymour) from Stz’uminus First Nation.