Walk the Circle

Putting ReconciliACTION In Your Practice

Walk the Circle is an innovative online professional development opportunity that connects teachers with Indigenous artists, Knowledge Keepers, Elders and educators in a collaborative, safe environment to explore the Curriculum through Indigenous ways of knowing. 

Teachers can ask questions and further enhance their understanding of integrating Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being, as well as the First Peoples Principles of Learning into their classroom. 


Participants will also be introduced to all kinds of easy to use media creation and online collaboration tools that they can bring back into the classroom to share with their students.

Modules begin again in

January 2020

Walk the Circle Modules

Module 1

Joining the Journey

Get to know Indigenous protocols as we explore how the landscape has influenced our ways of being and knowing.  Where are you in our story?  Where do we meet along the way?

Module 3

Displacement & Assimilation in Residential School and The Indian Act

Listen to Elders' stories about residential school and resiliency, and develop strategies to ease difficult discussions about our history.

Module 2 

Early Contact & Cooperation

Examine the impact of historical legislation, the fur trade, and Confederation on modern Canada.

Module 4

ReconciliACTION: Negotiation & Renewal

Explore what it means to be an ally and act on changes to bring reconciliation to your classrooms.

 Walk the Circle 

273 Bloor Street West

Toronto, ON  M5S 1W2

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