An immersive educational tool
Very few young Quebeckers and Canadians have the opportunity to be in contact with Indigenous youth in their environment. Very few know their daily lives or what distinguishes them or brings them together. The distances are great, and it’s not just a question of geography. It’s about the need to establish a link, a connection. This is what we’d like to offer your students with the virtual exhibition Hanging Out.
Several First Nations youth have already made their way to this event. Through video and 360 degree filming, they speak frankly about their activities and culture by showing people places that are important to them.
In collaboration with teachers who have contributed to the development of the site, we propose exploratory maps for different levels of primary and secondary education.
- Map 1: Preschool: Movement and Sound (PDF: 415 KB)
- Map 2: Elementary Cycles 2 and 3: Supply and Waste Management (PDF: 180 KB)
- Map 3: Preschool, Elementary, Secondary: Sexuality Education (PDF: 298 KB)
- Map 4: Secondary Cycle 1: Territories (PDF: 923 KB)
- Map 5: Secondary Cycle 2: Culture, Ethics and Dialogue (PDF: 1.3 MB)