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Teaching math through cedar weaving, trade beads and oral history – CBC

by ahnationtalk on November 29, 2018160 Views

Educators in Prince Rupert rise to the challenge of incorporating Indigenous culture into math class

Nov 29, 2018

At the math workshop the tables were full of materials: faux cedar strips, dry erase markers, dice, scissors.

Educators streamed into the Vancouver conference room to learn how curriculum specialists in Prince Rupert, B.C., are developing Ts’msyen teaching materials for math classes.

“A lot of teachers are wondering how they can use the culture in teaching math, so that’s one of the biggest things we wanted to do is come and share that with everyone,” said curriculum specialist Tina Demings, one of the workshop co-presenters.

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