K-12 Infusing Indigenous Texts in Classrooms
This series was designed to help K-12 teachers delve into how they can infuse Indigenous texts in their classrooms in meaningful and respectful ways. Teachers will appreciate the Q&A format, age-appropriate literacy strategies and children’s Indigenous book recommendations. This set of materials can be used for self-study or can be used in a larger professional learning context.
In an effort to support the infusion of Foundational Knowledge across the curriculum, ARPDC consultants along with Tłı̨chǫ Dene Author, Storyteller, Educator Richard Van Camp collaborated on this project.
A series of eight videos with Richard Van Camp and two local Indigenous Consultants. (Videos are 1 – 7 minutes in length). See the collection below.
A series of eight learning guides designed to facilitate reflection and discussion following each of the eight Q&A videos. See the collection below.
Google Slide Decks
Three slide decks that can be used and/or modified for professional learning sessions with school staff. Available at three grade levels:
A series of six book talks with Shelby Laframboise-Helgeson. See the collection below.
Annotated Book Lists
Three annotated book lists featuring recommended titles for students in our local context. As a bonus, Richard Van Camp shared his personal list of children’s Indigenous texts he recommends.
Q&A Videos and Learning Guides & Book Talks
Q1-When selecting Indigenous texts for use in classrooms, what would you suggest to teachers?