Curriculum Resources

Have a look at the Indigenous education resources developed by the British Columbia Ministry of Education in conjunction with the most recent curriculum revision:


Inservice teachers make regular use of this great pool of resources developed and complied by the British Columbia Teacher’s Federation.  The site feature resources in English and French, and also features opportunities to book Indigenous facilitators for student and faculty workshops:

The First Nations Eduction Steering Committee and been a key player in imporoving Indigenous education in British Columbia for decades.  The force behind developing the English First People’s curriculum, which is also the source of the First People’s Principles of Learning.  Check out their amazing cache of excellent resources for k-12 students here:


Strong Nations, out of Nanaimo, BC, hosts an amazing array of Indigenous authored texts and resources.  Find storybooks for the small smalls, novels and graphic novels for teens, and non-fiction and novels for the adults among us:


Compiled at early on in 2020, this is a great set of You Tube videos where Indigenous Educators offer quick lessons on language and culture that are easy to share with your students:


Although this site focuses largely on elementary and Middle Years Math Curriculum, secondary educators will also find inspiration to Indigenize their work:

This all-ages story is found on the First Nations Health Authority site.  Follow Coyote as he visits with his many friends to learn how they keep well using the bounty around them:


Surrey School District (#36) has an excellent set of resources and lesson ideas for you to explore, including links to other sites that will be useful to you and your students in your Indigenous learning:


The BC Ministry of Education. offers this compendium of Indigenous Education resources that includes school district contacts, policy and legislation documents, curriculum resources, and a list of education resources: