Website List

Walking Together: Education For Reconciliation (ATA)

  • Established by the Alberta Teachers Association, the Walking Together project is facilitated by Indigenous educators from across Alberta, all of whom are experienced classroom teachers with strong knowledge and expertise in Indigenous education. The resources and workshops developed through the project will support teachers to increase capacity in foundational knowledge of First Nations, Métis and Inuit as outlined in Alberta Education’s new Teaching Quality Standard.
  • Has a variety of workshops and Resources, including the Stepping Stones Series

Walking Together: First Nations, Metis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum (Alberta Education) 

  • The digital resource Walking Together: First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum was designed to help teachers understand the holistic nature of First Nations, Métis and Inuit ways of knowing; to provide opportunity for Inuit, First Nations and Métis peoples to share their perspectives on topics important to them; and to demonstrate First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives in teaching and learning experiences.
  • Interactive with an immense amount of information and resources

Empowering the Spirit: Education Resources to Support Reconiliation

  • This website provides support for all levels within school jurisdictions to increase awareness, understanding and application of First Nations, Métis and Inuit histories, perspectives and ways of knowing for the purpose of implementing treaty and residential schools education and Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action for education.
  • Welcome to New Journeys, your online Friendship Centre resource. Here you will find an online platform for telling and sharing stories pertaining to Indigenous experiences in Canada. New Journeys is also a one-stop mobile and online resource featuring helpful resourcesservices, and information to help urban Indigenous youth, young families and others seeking to know more about their surroundings.
  • Dr. Martin Brokenleg
  • The Circle of Courage is a model of positive youth development first described in the book Reclaiming Youth at Risk, co-authored by Larry Brendtro, Martin
    Brokenleg, and Steve Van Bockern. The model integrates Native American philosophies of child-rearing, the heritage of early pioneers in education and youth
    work, and contemporary resilience research. The Circle of Courage is based in four universal growth needs of all children: belonging, mastery, independence,
    and generosity.