http://www.whatilearnedinclasstoday.com/ a research project that explores difficult discussions of Aboriginal issues that take place in classrooms at the University of British Columbia.
http://groundworkforchange.org As stated on the website,”Groundwork for Change was built to provide access to information to help non-Indigenous (settler) peoples grow relationships with Indigenous peoples that are rooted in justice and solidarity. This site is meant to support people who are asking questions and want to learn more in respectful and useful ways.”
http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/aboriginal/secExpectations.html this government of Canada site has convenient guides to identify expectations in the secondary curriculum that provide opportunities to bring Aboriginal perspectives into the classroom, for a variety of subjects
http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/aboriginal/secStrategies.html this government of Canada site has professionally developed teaching strategies, designed to help Ontario teachers bring Aboriginal perspectives into the classroom, for a variety of Secondary subjects.
http://education.alberta.ca/teachers/resources/cross/ourwordsourways.aspx this resource provides information about First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) cultures and perspectives, and sample strategies for meeting the needs and recognizing the gifts of FNMI students.
http://www.ccl-cca.ca/CCL/Reports/LessonsInLearning/LinL20070116_Ab_sci_edu.html this site discusses the cultural divide in science education for Aboriginal learners
To go along with the OSSTF document you can find a video with the stories of 6 young FNMI students struggle with identity at the following site:
EFP 10-11 Teacher Resource Guide Final This English resource guide from British Columbia has some great ideas.