Education for Truth & Reconciliation

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What is Education for Truth and Reconciliation?

(Source:  Beginning the Journey Webinar with Lisa Howell. Offered in collaboration with LEARN. Sept. 17, 2021)

Education for Truth and Reconciliation involves working with First Nation, Métis, and Inuit to help rebalance the education system and ensure that Indigenous knowledge, worldviews, cultures, and histories are included and valued in schools. It is not only recognizing the past, but also the present and future contributions of Indigenous Peoples. It is not only what we teach, but how we teach. It is a holistic and lifelong learning approach that benefits ALL learners, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous.

Fingers pointing at areas of interest on the IPAC atlas
Hands-on exploration of the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada
LEARN works with schools, communities, and organizations throughout Quebec to promote and value Indigenous knowledges worldviews, cultures, and histories in all subject areas.

We aim to:

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada

IPAC Atlas completely unfolded in a gym
The Atlas is 8 x 11 meters and fits in most school gyms.

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