For First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Studies and/or for indigenous students

Video resources

First Nations Films

www.firstnationsfilms.com
or MobileSite http://www.firstnationsfilms.com/index-mobile.html
First Nations Films creates and distributes award-winning television documentary films for, by, and about Indigenous people - Sharing Our Stories! The programs are distributed to broadcasters, schools, libraries, universities, and other individuals and institutions throughout the world. Available as DVDs or streaming.
www.facebook.com/First-Nations-Films-145578785457453/
richard@firstnationsfilms.com
604-318-5418

National Film Board - Indigenous Cinema

NFB’s collection of Indigenous-made films is free to view online.
www.nfb.ca/indigenous-cinema/

Books

Good Minds

GoodMinds.com
Bias-free teaching and educational resources related to Native American, First Nations, Indigenous, and Aboriginal studies. Over 3,000 Indigenous titles (some in English, some in French) from Preschool to Adult. First Nations-owned family business based on the Six Nations of the Grand River (Brantford) in Southwestern Ontario. Hardcover and paperback books, ebooks, multimedia, DVDs, and educational kits.
www.facebook.com/GoodmindsBooks/

Free Online Lessons

Inuktut Tusaalanga

Tusaalanga.ca
Learn Inuktut online for free. Tusaalanga means, ‘Let me hear!’ The site offers thousands of audio files for learning Inuktitut online, quickly, easily, and for free.

Canada Learning Code lesson: When We Were Alone

www.canadalearningcode.ca/lessons/when-we-were-alone/
Canada Learning Code has free lesson plans for learning how to code, using projects that simultaneously integrate other subjects in the curriculum — in this case, learning about residential schools through coding an animation based on the age-appropriate children's book When We Were Alone by David A. Robertson, illustrated by Julie Flett.