Resources

 



The “Thunderbird Rising” artwork is by First Nations Artist Alano Edzerza, and was created to symbolize on-going advances in Indigenous Education.

INDIGENOUS STORYWORK RESOURCES

Decolonizing Research: Indigenous Storywork as Methodology. Editors: Jo-ann Archibald, Jenny Lee-Morgan, Jason De Santolo.

Published by Zed Books.
(Use Code DECOLZED for 25% discount)

Potlatch as Pedagogy: Learning Through Ceremony Paperback – Oct 12 2018
by Sara Davidson (Author), Robert Davidson (Author)

Available at Amazon.ca

From the Educational Studies Symposium 2018.

Conversations with Jo-ann Archibald about Indigenous Storywork as Pedagogy and Methodology. Click to download PDF

Principles of Storywork in Children’s Literature: Bringing Storywork into the Classroom. Click to download PDF

Indigenous Storywork: Educating the Heart, Mind,  Body, and Spirit.
by Jo-ann Archibald. Published 2008 by UBC Press.

 

Resources used in the CSSE Plenary Keynote, 2 June 2019:
Indigeneity, Reconciliation & Education: The Next Conversation

 Musqueam “The River” Video *
Abbotsford School District Art Activism Project
National Centre for Collaboration in Indigenous Education
Chief Dr Robert Joseph Video

Other Musqueam resources are available at musqueam.bc.ca

This page is very much “work in progress.” Many more resources are available and will continue to be added.