Aboriginal Education Teaching Resources
Authentic First Peoples Resource (K-9) – A guide to great books and other learning resources with Aboriginal content.
Beyond Words: Creating Racism-Free Schools for Aboriginal Learners, a BCTF Aboriginal Education publication.
The British Columbia Treaty Process Awareness Test was developed by Brian Domney, Negotiator in the Treaty Negotiations Division of the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs.
English First Peoples: Teacher Resource Guide
The First Nations Historical Timeline, provides a chronological, historical record of the First Nations people in British Columbia.
Math First Peoples: Teaching Mathematics in a First Peoples Context, Grades 8 and 9
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Project of Heart BC
Shared Learnings, the K-10 support document for the integration of First Nations material throughout the curriculum.
Strong Nations, an online bookstore, retail bookstore and publishing house who have sourced out titles that support the Project of Heart initiative and have organized the titles into categories of: Adults, Teens and Kids.
They Came For the Children: Historical document about Indian Residential Schools, released by the Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada
Understanding the B.C. Treaty Process assists teachers in responding to questions and in facilitating classroom discussions about the treaty process. The report was prepared by the First Nations Education Steering Committee, the BCTF, and the Tripartite Public Education Committee, with support from the B.C. Treaty Commission.