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A project of heart Saskatchewan ebook resource for educators
Title: Shattering the Silence: The Hidden History of Indian Residential Schools in Saskatchewan
Commissioned Author: Shuana Niessen
Publisher: Faculty of Education, University of Regina
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Cite as: Niessen, S. (2017). Shattering the silence: The hidden history of Indian residential schools in Saskatchewan. Regina, SK: Faculty of Education, University of Regina.
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Canadian School Libraries writes:
“This outstanding website supports the teacher resource ebook Shattering the Silence: The Hidden History of Indian Residential Schools in Saskatchewan developed to prepare teachers to learn about and teach about the legacy of residential schools and reconciliation. It contains a wealth of resources for adults, youth, children and students, links to professional development, curricular connections and inquiry starters. Although focused on Saskatchewan, resources and understandings presented are universal.”
Great resource on IRS in Sask that includes curriculum connections. https://t.co/Oy44Mte35J
— STF Library (@STFLibrary) August 27, 2017
— Project of Heart (@projectofheart) August 24, 2017
— URFacultyofEducation (@URFacofEd) September 8, 2017