The RVS webseries, Learning with the Land, is streaming now on the RVS Channel, where you can learn more about First Nations, Métis and Inuit ways of knowing through the teachings of Elder Saa’kokoto, and share any of the videos with your classroom. The playlist also includes the new RVS Land Acknowledgement, which is useful for school events & ceremonies.
Watch the Learning with the Land series on the RVS Channel.
Also streaming on the RVS Channel is the RVS Indigenous Perspectives playlist, which includes content created in #rvsed about Indigenous Learning, including student & teacher RockyTalks presentations, like Harmony's speech about identity.
Watch the Indigenous Perspectives playlist on the RVS Channel.
For an interactive exploration of Indigenous perspectives in curriculum, the Learn Alberta site, Walking Together, is recommended as an informative & media-rich resource, with numerous recordings with Scholars, Elders & Knowledge Keepers. To take a deep-dive into professional learning about Indigenous history, language, culture and politics, the University of Alberta offers the free online course, Indigenous Canada. And the Rupertsland Institute Métis Centre of Excellence has a brand new page of learning resources for K–12, including classroom resources, lesson plans & professional learning.
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