A Shared Responsibility
Districts are creating websites and resources to support educators in the implementation of the renewed BC Curriculum, and embedding of Aboriginal knowledge and worldviews. Below are district examples for supporting access to the BC Digital Classroom resource collection, the development of core competencies and supporting Aboriginal Education.
Share your district’s story, resources, and web pages on this site by contacting our Professional Learning Team. Tweet your comments and photos of ways your classroom or district is using the BC Digital Classroom to support learning by using #erac247.
SD 46 Sunshine Coast Core Competency Posters
Examples of District BC Digital Classroom Access Pages
SD 42 – Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows
Examples of District Aboriginal Education Pages
As BC is diverse and each district may represent several First Nations and have students from other First Peoples groups, we have identified several that have shared their work publicly.
FNESC Authentic Resources
The First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC) and First Nations Schools Association (FNSA) have developed the Authentic First Peoples Resources (K-9) guide. The guide identifies currently available authentic First Peoples texts for use by students and teachers. FNESC has its own evaluation process and criteria. ERAC has evaluated many, but not all, of the resources listed in the guide. Check the K-12 Evaluated Resource Collection to see which of the resources have been ERAC evaluated and approved. If you would like a resource to be evaluated, submit the request here.
Contributed by ERAC’s Professional Learning Team
The following iTunes apps provide a broader understanding and useful resources for student to become more knowledgeable with Aboriginal culture.