1. Learner outcomes for the Indigenous Content Requirement (ICR) are as follows:
The Teaching Commons is hiring an Indigenous Curriculum Specialist to start in July 2017.
A. Ryerson's "Four Directions Writing Guide" is designed to help "First Nations/Métis/Inuit/Other Indigenous students ... with writing university-level essays" and is a "guide ... for all students who need assistance with their research journey."
- Though some resources are Ryerson-specific, many similar resources exist at Lakehead, and our instructors can profitably use Ryerson's text as a guide for their own students.
Provided here are documents from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) which has, over the span of many years, put together a detailed history, a collection of survivor stories, a thorough overview of the impacts of residential, and discussion on the need for reconciliation.
Please note that some of the content included in these documents may be of a sensitive nature. Please take care.
"Beyond 94: Truth and Reconciliation in Canada" by Ian McCallum. A teacher's guide for elementary and secondary, but contains helpful information at all levels.
A list of News resource sites following daily Indigenous Canadian topics of interest: