Digital Human Library and Realty Media (4Canoes and Canoe Kids) have paired 4Canoes’ unique Indigenous content with dHL’s digital services to offer K-12 Districts:
Indigenous Learning is the study of Indigenous history, culture and values and strives to increase awareness/appreciation of the life experience of Indigenous Peoples with a view to creating an environment of understanding and trust amongst all Peoples. Together we are bringing people together to make a difference for kids.
4Canoes Digital Shelf
4Canoes is a Canadian based content creator and publisher formed in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls To Action. 4Canoes content is evolving as a unique, ongoing, 28-edition series created to bring Indigenous Peoples telling their stories into our classrooms and homes. Each issue highlights a different Indigenous Peoples, and is produced with integrity and respect. The 4Canoes team embeds and works with the featured People for months, providing a forum for them to tell their stories.
Indigenous Professional Learning Programs
dHL and 4Canoes are bringing the Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Storytellers featured in the 4Canoes editions and children’s books into districts across Canada for virtual Professional Learning Programs. Join us to develop your cultural competencies as we explore topics like land-based educational practices, ceremony, residential schools, murdered and missing Aboriginal women, privilege, allyship, and so much more.
K-12 Indigenous Learning Programs
dHL and 4Canoes are bringing the Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Storytellers featured in the 4Canoes editions and children’s books into classrooms across Canada for virtual STEM-based cultural programs, book talks, storytelling, and more! Join us as we celebrate Indigenous Peoples and culture throughout Canada.
Together, dHL and 4Canoes are providing students, educators, and the community with the opportunity to learn and interact with Indigenous culture in a meaningful way through activities that inspire everyone to learn more about Indigenous culture and the land which we all share. Prepare to be awestruck.
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