Learn About Land Claims/Self Government Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow began land claim negotiations in Yukon February 14, 1973.
First Nations Programs & Partnerships
Relationships, attachments, restorative practices, culturally relevant programs & activities — all of these conditions are prerequisite to our overriding priority as a school — academic achievement and success for every student. ~ Teslin School Growth Plan 201-2011.
Curriculum Resource Materials
- Aboriginal Worldviews & Perspectives in the Classroom NEW
- A Handbook of Yukon First Nation Resources for Public Schools 2016/2017
- Caribou Fences
- Early Reader Books
- English 10 and 11 First Peoples Curriculum 2010
- English 12 First Peoples
- First Voices Games
- How People Got Fire / Study Guide
- Kaska Counting Book
- Math First Peoples
- Northwest Coast Formline Design Art Kit Textbook - Art Resource
- Old Crow Experiential
- How to Use these Culture Camp Documents
- Traditions & Science
- Traditions, Arts & Trades
- Traditions, History & Geography
- Our Way is a Valid Way Professional Educator Resource
- Our Way is a Valid Way Professional Educator Reflections
- Project Caribou
- Shared Learnings
- The Common Curriculum Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Culture Programs: Kindergarten to Grade 12
- Yukon First Nations 5 - Linking traditional knowledge and history with modern curriculum objectivesn this unit, students will develop an understanding of YFN governance in a pre-contact setting. This will include oral traditions, First Nation languages, traditional territories, clan systems, traditional laws, citizenship, potlatches and traditional ways of governance.
- Yukon First Nations 4 Teacher's Guides
- Yukon First Nations 5 Student Booklets
- Yukon First Nations 5 Teacher's Guides
- Yukon First Nations Studies 12 (YFNS 12)
- Yukon Education is working with Yukon teachers to develop a course called Yukon First Nations Studies 12. This course is being adapted from the B.C. First Nations Studies 12 course. It focuses on the diversity, depth, and integrity of the cultures of the Yukon's First Nations history and people. Students will acquire knowledge about First Nations people's relationship with the land,traditional settlement patterns, and land stewardship, as well as traditional education practices and learning processes. They will study the impacts of contact, religion and colonialism. Students will also have the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of contemporary negotiations and agreements pertaining to First Nations' self-determination.