"Indigenous peoples have drawn on specific pedagogies to transmit Indigenous knowledges. While Indigenous pedagogies differ across Nations and locations, a number of similarities exist that will be developed in this topic. These timeless pedagogies engage learning processes and practices that can be used in the classroom."
(From Teaching for Indigenous Education).
This page features a range of pedagogy and curriculum resources, including lesson plans, recommended resources, bibliographies, and search tips.
A Note on Pedagogy and Materials
While we endeavor to incorporate an extensive and current collection of resources related to Indigenous Education in this research guide, it is important to remember that this is still a small field of study, and that it might be hard to find the exact resource you need. In these situations we recommend researching around the area or age range of resources available, finding ways to alter them to meet your educational needs and, if possible, making the resources you create public so that future educators can build on them in turn.
You can also find lesson plans online outside of UBC Library's collections. When accessing outside lesson plans it is especially important to evaluate the material carefully and critically.
For more subject area specific lesson plans, see the following pages of this research guide: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Arts.