Indigenous Education Resources
The following websites provide information and resources to support Indigenous education:
Chiefs of Ontario
The Chiefs of Ontario education portal includes a resource bank, media clips, and a listing of upcoming education events.
GoodMinds.com offers Indigenous educational materials for all grade levels from kindergarten to post-secondary.
Groundwork for Change
The Groundwork for Change website provides information to help non-Indigenous Canadians learn about Indigenous issues and build relationships with Indigenous peoples.
Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative
The Promising Practices in Aboriginal Education website is a great resource for programs, strategies and effective practices.
McIntyre Media has educational and curriculum-related videos focused on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies.
Métis Nation of Ontario
The Métis Nation of Ontario has developed an education kit to support learning about Métis history, culture and heritage.
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation at the University of Manitoba provides resources for educators.
Ningwakwe Learning Press
Ningwakwe Learning Press creates, publishes, markets and prints Indigenous literacy and cultural learning resources for all peoples.
Ontario Ministry of Education
Learn more about Ontario’s Aboriginal Education Strategy, including policy documents, progress reports, and tools and resources for teachers.
Ontario Native Education Counselling Association
Visit the ONECA site for resources on school transitions, parent engagement, transitions from remote to urban environments, and more.
People for Education Indigenous Education Advisory Committee
The Indigenous Education Advisory Committee helps to guide and inform our research and work with Indigenous communities.