Spirit Bear's Beary Caring Curriculum

Created for the Spirit Bear Virtual School, Spirit Bear’s Beary Caring Curriculum is a social justice curriculum for learning and taking action based on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, sovereignty, responsible citizenship, rights, and the Touchstones of Hope reconciliation process of truth-telling, acknowledging, restoring, and relating.

This curriculum was written for teachers who teach the Caring Society’s initiatives and campaigns with their students to enact social justice and reconciliation-based actions. 

Jordan's Principle Learning Guide

To be used alongside Spirit Bear's Beary Caring Curriculum, the Jordan's Principle Learning Guide invites everyone to learn about the case on First Nations child welfare and Jordan’s Principle. Students will learn about child welfare and discrimination that continues in government practices and public and services in Canada and what they can do to end discrimination against First Nations children and youth.  


Just Because We're Small Doesn't Mean We Can't Stand Tall: A Child and Youth Rights Movement

In this article, the authors share their research on a curriculum for social

justice, truth, and then reconciliation as put forth by the First Nations Child and

Family Caring Society (Caring Society). The Caring Society is a non-profit

organization that advocates for equity and social justice for First Nations children

and creates social justice educational materials for Canadian learners. The authors

provide an overview of the Caring Society campaigns and educational research. More

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