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The University of Manitoba campuses are located on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. More

Education: Indigenous Education

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Indigenous Teaching Materials

Indigenous books for class use can be found in the Education Collections. Below are search results for Indigenous literature and teaching materials for K-12 instruction. 

Canadian Children's Book Centre Collection
Instructional Materials Collection
Young Adult Literature

 
 

Searching for Books & Articles about Indigenous Education

Finding materials related to Indigenous education can be challenging due to inconsistencies in the language used to catalogue books and articles. Terms such as Indigenous, Aboriginal, and First Nations, as well as outdated colonial language are used and applied to literature originating from various historical and cultural contexts. Consequently it is very important to apply a range of terms when searching to gain an understanding of how using these search terms produces different results. Below are some search terms related to Indigenous education. Click on any of the examples to see a list of results in the catalogue.
 

Indigenous Peoples - Education
Indigenous Peoples - Education - Canada

Native Peoples - Education
Native Peoples - Education  - Manitoba
Native Peoples - Education - Canada

"Indigenous Pedagogy"
"Indigenous Pedagogy" AND Canada
"Critical Pedagogy" AND "Indigenous Education"
"Aboriginal Perspectives" AND Education
"Indigenous Knowledge" AND Education
"Indigenous Knowledge" AND Education AND Canada