New Indigenous Education Resources

Professional Learning Pebbles

Professional Learning Pebbles is a collection of 24 short activities created by the Alberta Teachers’ Association Walking Together Project to support certificated teachers on their learning journey to meet the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Foundational Knowledge competency in the Teaching Quality Standard.

(PD-WT-19 2017 04, 123pp) - Download a Copy 

 

Stepping Stones Series

Stepping Stones is a publication of the Alberta Teachers’ Association Walking Together Project intended to support certificated teachers on their learning journey to meet the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Foundational Knowledge competency in the Teaching Quality Standard.


Terminology Reference
(PD-WT-16a 2017 02, 4pp) - Download a Copy 
Remarque sur la Terminologie (Terminology Reference)
(PD-WT-16aF 2017 05, 4pp) - Download a Copy 
There are many terms used to describe First Nations, Métis and Inuit in Canada. This Stepping Stone discusses the appropriate terms to use when referring to and discussing Canada’s Indigenous peoples.
An Introduction to the Inuit
(PD-WT-16c 2017 07, 4pp) - Download a Copy 
This Stepping Stone looks at who are the Inuit, and how their unique history and culture shape contemporary Inuit society.
First Nations Treaties in Alberta: Treaty 6
(PD-WT-16d 2017 05, 4pp) - Download a Copy 
Traités avec les Premières nations en Alberta : Le Traité N° 6 (Treaty 6)
(PD-WT-16dF 2017 07, 4pp) - Download a Copy  
This Stepping Stone reviews the history of Treaty 6, and the 17 First Nations in the central west portions of Alberta and Saskatchewan in which Treaty 6 encompasses.
Timeline of Alberta's Indigenous History
(PD-WT-16e 2017 08, 12pp) - Download a Copy 
This Stepping Stone summarizes Alberta’s Indigenous history to support the Alberta Teachers’ Association / KAIROS Blanket Exercise.
Elder Protocol
(PD-WT-16g 2017 08, 4pp) - Download a Copy 
Inviting an elder to participate in meetings or events is an opportunity to share Aboriginal knowledge, cultural beliefs and traditional practices with the education community. This Stepping Stone outlines their respected roles and what protocols to follow when reaching out to them.

 

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