Learning Team 20:2 - Winter 2016

November 15, 2016
Walking Together

Walking Together

Reconciliation through education

Indigenous culture and history coming to every classroom

This past September, the Alberta Teachers’ Association began the process of educating all Alberta teachers about indigenous history.

Experience indigenous culture and history first-hand

Travel Alberta lists a number of sites where indigenous culture and history can be viewed and experienced first-hand.

Recommended Reading

There are a growing number of books, websites and articles that document the history and legacy of residential schools.

Editor’s Note: Taking the conversation forward

Diversity is the source of intelligence in any society or ecosystem.

Walking together: Parental understanding is part of the equation

As the Walking Together project embarks on its journey, knowledge about First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) cultures will begin to unfold.

Education for Reconciliation

Alberta government embraces a fundamental shift in education.

Calls to action

In its final report issued in 2015, the commission identified 94 calls to action, 11 of which relate directly to education.

Ready for questioning

How to talk about residential schools with your school-aged children.