Teaching Treaties Webinar Available to view! (FREE!)

Last month, Alan Ojiig Corbiere, Bne doodem (Ruffed Grouse Clan) joined us to speak about Pre-Confederation Treaties in Ontario associated with the Anishnaabe.  The video is now available for you and your students to view for free! I hope you find it as eye opening as I did. 

Alan has extensive knowledge of these treaties, and he shared information which goes beyond any school-aged resource that I have encountered so far. He emphasized the importance of teaching the perspectives of both Nations involved in any particular treaty and spoke about Anishnaabe ways of remembering, recording, decoding, and reciting treaties. He also covered a number of different agreements including the Dish with One Spoon. I hope this recording will be helpful to you and possibly your students as you deepen your knowledge about treaties.

Looking for more information on teaching about Treaties?
See my past posts:
How do I teach about treaties?
Under One Sun - Teaching Treaties in Kindergarten
Kayak Magazine's "We Are All Treaty People" Issue

Upcoming Webinars
Coming in January and February, Dr. Restoule and I are planning two new webinars:

- Integrating Indigenous ways of knowing into Mathematics Teaching
- Focusing on Indigenous Art in the Classroom


Stay tuned for the announcement about dates and times! 

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada

This fall, Canadian Geographic released the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada, four volumes of maps, articles, timelines, and images which were compiled in partnership with the Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Métis National Council, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, and Indspire. I have spent the last four weeks pouring over them and I still have not read right through, a testament to the large amount of compelling and up-to-date information contained in each.

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