Teaching and Learning Resources
The following resources can help you as you begin to incorporate Indigenous curriculum and pedagogy into your courses. For any further inquiries or comments please don’t hesitate to contact Jaimie Kechego, Indigenous Coordinator of Indigenous Curriculum and Pedagogy, Centre for Teaching and Learning at: 519-253-3000 ext. 4927.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission
The first stage of the journey of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada is now complete. As of December 18 2015, the TRC offices are now closed. But the journey of Truth and Reconciliation is far from over. The work of the TRC has now been transferred to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. We invite you to explore the collection and resources.
The Calls to Action
In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission makes the following calls to action.
University Principles on Indigenous Education
These principles acknowledge the unique needs of Indigenous communities across Canada and their goals of autonomy and self-determination, as well as differences in jurisdiction among provinces and territories, institutional mission among universities, and the authority of appropriate university governance bodies in academic decision-making.
Indigenous Resources in Windsor
- Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre
- Can-Am Urban Native Homes
- Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre
- Métis Nation of Ontario
First Nations communities
- Bkejwanong/Walpole Island First Nation
- Caldwell First Nation
- Chippewa of The Thames First Nation
- Delaware Nation at Moraviantown
- Muncey Delaware Nation
- Oneida Nation of The Thames
- Approaching a Traditional Healer, Elder, or Medicine Person – Anishnawbe Health Toronto
- Feasts and Giveaways – Anishnawbe Health Toronto
- Four Sacred Medicines