Achieving Aboriginal Student Success

A Guide for K to 8 Classrooms
by Pamela Rose Toulouse

Grade: for grade K–8


  • Softcover
  • eBook

In Achieving Aboriginal Student Success, author Pamela Toulouse provides strategies, lessons, and hands-on activities that support both Indigenous and non-Indigenous learners in grades K to 8. Read chapters on topics such as:

  • Indigenous Teaching Strategies in the Classroom
  • Increasing Literacy Success by Implementing an Indigenous Model
  • Character Education and the Seven Goodlife Teachings of the Anishinabek
  • Engaging in Partnerships With the Indigenous Community
  • Seasonal Lesson Ideas and the 13 Moons of the Anishinabek
  • Literature-Based Lesson Plans for Grades K to 8

This book will help you infuse Indigenous perspectives into your curriculum, as well as teach to the specific needs of Indigenous students. Find best practices for classroom-management techniques, assessment tools, suggestions for connecting to the Indigenous community, and much more! This resource is about building bridges between cultures that foster respect, appreciation, and understanding.


A recommended resource for School District 36 (Surrey, BC) teachers

Achieving Aboriginal Student Success is available as an ebook in .pdf format. Select a format using the “choose an option” drop-down menu to the left and checkout as usual. You will be sent an email with instructions to download the file.



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