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Manito Ahbee Aki: The place where the Creator sits
March 23 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDTFree Funded by Microsoft Canada
Travel back in time to experience Anishinaabe culture, community and teachings in Minecraft: Education Edition.
The land we live on has always been an integral part of our learning. It’s a place that connects all of us together.
For Centuries the Anishinaabeg and other Indigenous Peoples have been caretakers of this land and hold valuable and rich knowledge for us to understand.
Manito Ahbee Aki: The place where the Creator sits, is a Minecraft world that blends the Anishinaabe Worldview with technology allowing your class to learn about the Anishinaabe Worldview through an Anishinaabe lens and knowledge.
We invite you and your Grade 3-8 classroom, to join us for this 90-minute lesson. We’ll explore the 7 Grandfather teachings, understanding the story of Turtle Island and explore Manito Ahbee Aki to learn from our Elders and knowledge Keepers.
What do you need for the lesson?
- Access to Minecraft: Education Edition (downloaded on your device, and a working log in for Minecraft:EE)
- A device for each student (Minecraft:EE works on Chromebooks, Macs, iPads and PCs)
- Access to the internet (this is a livestreamed lesson via Teams Live)
As always, this free lesson will be recorded to allow for flexibility. Register below and you’ll receive a link to the recording to use when it best fits your class schedule!
This workshop is made possible by Microsoft Canada & Minecraft – thank you!
- Only educators need to register – think about it as one registration per class!
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