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Polyculture: Traditional Haudenosaunee Kionhekwa Garden

Polyculture: Traditional Haudenosaunee Kionhekwa Garden

Grade 7 - Grade 12

In this tutorial, we will be exploring sustainable polyculture crop production systems by learning how-to plant a traditional Haudenosaunee Three Sisters Garden. We will learn about the cultural and historical importance as well as the agricultural science behind the companion planting of the Three Sisters (corn, beans, and squash).

Health & Wellness
Inuit Principles of Conservation: Serving Others

Inuit Principles of Conservation: Serving Others

Grade 4 - Grade 6

Students will learn the Inuit perspective on serving others through pijitsirniq and how this is linked to the concept of becoming a respectful steward in life through avattimik kamatsiarniq.

Art & Design, Digital Storytelling, Health & Wellness
Navigating Canada

Navigating Canada

Grade 4 - Grade 8

Using Scratch, students will learn about the locations of provinces, territories and various cultural areas of Canada!

Art & Design, Computer Fundamentals, Digital Storytelling
Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship

Grade 7 - Grade 8

Learn about digital citizenship! As digital citizens we need to know how to be safe, kind, and positive contributors to the communities we participate in.

Computer Fundamentals, Health & Wellness, Online Safety
Mythology Using Twine

Mythology Using Twine

Grade 9 - Grade 12

Students will learn about mythology, legends and folktales while programming a Choose Your Own Adventure style story in Twine.

App Development, Computer Fundamentals, Digital Storytelling
Illustration of Throat Singing In Scratch

Throat Singing In Scratch

Grade 4 - Grade 6

Students will gain an introduction to the basic functions of Scratch through the creation of a game. Students will learn about ‘sprites’, costumes, and the use of sounds.