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Canadian Residential Schools
ARI Learning by Carly Filewich Inclusive & Social!
Residential schools were government+church run boarding schools used as destructive colonization tools as late as 1996.
This introduction to Canadian Residential Schools will give young learners a developmentally appropriate idea of the damage and shame caused by the residential school system in Canada. 1. Cultures and European Colonization Hear my family's immigration history (Ukraine to Alberta/ Netherlands to BC) to learn about the "free land" that was advertised and given to Europeans. Understand the terms "reserve" and "residential school" as the places that the Indigenous inhabitants of that "free...
I share this important part of Canadian history from my perspective on the BC coast. My mother's parents came to Canada from Amsterdam and my father's were both born to Ukrainian immigrant families in Alberta. All four of my grandparents made their way to the Pacific coast to work in the pulp and paper industry. The paper mill and hydro damn were built on unceded land taken from the Tla'amin Nation and caused great damage to the landscape. I was fortunate to have Tla'amin Language classes offered in my public school, to taste salmon egg soup, and participate in cultural celebrations. Many of my teachers were survivors of, or impacted by the residential school system. Tla'amin signed a treaty with the Canadian government in 2016. They are now a self governing nation, rather than being governed by Canada's Indian Act, as many of the indigenous peoples in BC still are.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There were extreme instances of child abuse inside the residential school system. We will NOT discuss violence or sexualized violence against children in this class. The trauma caused by the enforced policies (family separation, age segregation, etc.) of residential school will be discussed to keep content developmentally / age appropriate. Please use parental discretion if looking up additional information as there are many YouTube testimonials which contain disturbing content and details about crimes committed against children.
Learners who join this community will experience spaces where they can be themselves, learn cool stuff, do interesting work, and meet fun people. We are an organization of homeschooling parents, unschoolers and teachers who work as a team to...
$40for 3 classes
1x per week, 3 weeks
Average rating:4.0Number of reviews:(2)
Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
3-5 learners per class