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Whose.Land are you on? : Stimulating classroom learning and conversations around Truth and Reconciliation using the Whose.Land platform

Join the RÉCIT Provincial Service for the Anglophone Community, RÉCIT Anglophone National Service for First Nations and Inuit (RÉCIT FNI) and TakingITGlobal for an hour-long workshop to learn more about the Whose.Land platform.

The Whose.Land platform is a web-based tool that uses GIS technology to allow users to access information about land acknowledgements, treaties and land agreements, residential schools and more. It is one way to stimulate learning and conversations around Truth and Reconciliation in Quebec classrooms while activating Digital Competency.

In this workshop, Michael Furdyk (Co-Founder and Director of Innovation at TakingITGlobal) and Anishinaabe educator Christine M’lot will discuss the creation of the platform and its features and functionalities. We will explore the accompanying lesson plans and professional learning tools, as well as how the site can be navigated by school staff and students in Quebec to incorporate Indigenous perspectives and honour the traditional lands on which we work, teach, and live.

Pedagogical intention:

To support teachers, school staff, and students in Quebec to incorporate Indigenous perspectives and honour the traditional lands on which we work, teach, and live.

Partners:

RÉCIT Anglophone National Service for First Nations and Inuit (RÉCIT FNI) and TakingITGlobal

License:

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

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Publisher

LEARN-RÉCIT Provincial Service for the Anglophone Community

Date

21/09/2023

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