Canadian Museum of Nature: Explore Nature
National Gallery of Canada: Online Exhibitions
Online Tour of Parliament: Take a virtual tour of the Parliament of Canada
“This resource takes the Canadian Houses of Parliament out of Ottawa and right to the student or teacher’s computer via a virtual tour. Each area of Parliament can be viewed and has cited historical and social information that brings the space to life, gives context to the space, and gives students some background for future research. The site is easy to use for students of all ages, and the visuals on the site are clear and engaging.” (ERAC Review)
“This well-designed and engaging site focuses on BC culture and history. It allows students anywhere in the province to take a virtual field trip to the Museum. Each exhibit on the site features ways to listen, watch, and read, and also showcases the people behind the scenes who develop the collections and exhibits. Useful teacher guides and resources help link the exhibits to the curriculum.”(Gr. 5+) (ERAC Review)
Smithsonian Education: Sizing Up the Universe
Smithsonian Education: Walking on the Moon
Locally developed Residential School Curriculum Website for students and teachers from Kindergarten through to grade 12.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada presented its 94 Calls to Action in December 2015. Call to Action #63 (i) included: Developing and Implementing Kindergarten to Grade Twelve Curriculum and learning resources on Aboriginal Peoples in Canadian history, and the history and legacy of Residential Schools. This website is a direct result of this call to action. The goal of this effort is to build student capacity for intercultural understanding, empathy and mutual respect. Please visit https://greatspirithand.com and continue your journey towards Reconciliation today!