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The best and most comprehensive resources to support the curriculum are found in subscription-streaming products... here are some for you to consider:
General Classroom & Teacher Resources
Deepening Knowledge: Resources for and about Aboriginal Education (OISE)
"All of the resources on the Deepening Knowledge website are organized by grade, subject, and theme. Please browse our site using the menus at the top and to the left of this page to find lessons and links to help support your classroom learning. These resources provide ideas, lesson templates, and links to books, films, and music to bring Indigenous perspectives, knowledges, and stories into your classroom."
First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario
Comprehensive resource listings which include: treaties, residential schools, as well as Indigenous knowledge in the math and science curriculum
Indspire K-12 Institute Online Resource Centre
"Enhance your teaching with more than 1,000 resources. Explore our collection to find Successful Practices, lesson plans, professional development webinars and research reports to support your commitment to engaging, educating and inspiring your students"
Assembly of First Nations
Look under Policy Sectors for information concerning specific issues,
Legacy of Hope Foundation
"The LHF has many bilingual resources available to educators, students, and researchers. They range from a DVD focussing on various aspects of residential schools to a full curriculum package consisting of six complete lesson plans with resources. The LHF specializes in creating curriculum on the history and legacies of the Residential School System. Our materials present the general history of the System in 100 Years of Loss, and also explore the specific experiences of Inuit and Métis students."
Reach out to your Indigenous Community
Here are but a few Indigenous Community Centres, here in Ontario.
Check with the Indigenous Leads for your school board or your public library for help connecting with your Indigenous communities and centres.