Healing Conversations – A Learning Journey from the Heart
Source: ETFO (Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario)
Summary: Colonial practices inflicted on Indigenous Peoples caused a direct and intergenerational disruption in the lives of many children and families. Due to their sensitive nature, learning and teaching about residential schools, the Sixties Scoop and missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) can be challenging.
This resource combines a learning journey that includes heart-to-heart conversations on healing and moving forward. It also includes three featured educational resources specific to each topic for instructional use, and a self-care approach to learning and teaching about each.