National Day of Truth and Reconciliation
- National Centre for Truth & Reconciliation
- Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba
- Resources for Orange Shirt Day
- Stolen Lives: The Indigenous Peoples of Canada and the Indian Residential Schools
- What is reconciliation?
- A Day of Reflection: National Day of Truth & Reconciliation
- Book: Stolen Lives (free pdf download)
- Video: Using Stolen Lives in the Classroom
- Resources from Facing History and Ourselves
- Orange Shirt Day Resources from Manitoba Education
- Yearlong calendar of Indigenous celebrations
Student Mental Health and Wellness
Current Events – Teaching in the Wake of Violence
Prizmah – Supporting Children Facing Tragedy
ELA Novel Sets (assign through PowerSchool)
NOTE: Teachers must be signed into their PowerSchool Admin account in order to access the inventory. (Directions below)
- Go to this link
- Your username is the same as for the teacher portal, with the number 1 added at the end (eg. jdoctoroff1)
- Password is gray1234, which must be changed when you first log on (you can use the same password as you do for the teacher portal)
- Then follow the directions below:
- Signing out novels to students in Power School
- You cannot be signed into the admin portal and teacher portal at the same time
Manitoba Education & Early Childhood Learning
Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning has renewed several online resources that are accessible to K-12 educators and students at school and at home through the Online Resources for Manitoba Educators (ORME) website : https://mbcsc.edu.gov.mb.ca/onlineresources/.
- Britannica Online K-12 school edition (including ImageQuest)
- Gale in Context : Canada
- National Film Board CAMPUS
- Can-Core K-12 school edition
- CBC Curio
These resources offer Manitoba K-12 curriculum-relevant articles, videos, images, audio clips, primary sources and more, with an emphasis on Canadian content and Indigenous themes.
With various accessibility features and language options, content can be tailored to each student’s unique learning needs and provides a safe option for students accessing online content while improving literacy, research and digital citizenship skills.
Support materials including tutorials, user guides, and two new resource catalogues from CAN-Core (Indigenous Studies & Equity, Anti-Racism and Diversity) are available on the site.
French language content is available, and many of the resources have the option to search a dedicated French language site. For more French language resources, please access https://dref.mb.ca/
All inquiries regarding the Online Resources for Manitoba Educators can be sent to ORMEinfo@gov.mb.ca