Christine M’Lot is an Anishinaabe educator, curriculum developer, and consultant from Winnipeg, Manitoba. For over a decade, she has worked with children and youth in multiple capacities including teaching and facilitating programs through children’s disability services and child welfare. Christine co-edited the Indigenous-informed resource for educators Resurgence: Engaging With Indigenous Narratives and Cultural Expressions In and Beyond the Classroom, and recently completed her master’s degree in education with a focus on navigating digital spaces in Indigenous education.
Books by Christine M'Lot
This collection of contemporary poetry, art, and narrative supports K–12 teachers in connecting with Indigenous voices and perspectives, bringing Indigenous works in their classrooms, and creating equitable teaching practices.
This guide supports teachers of grades 9–12 in using Sugar Falls: A Residential School Story with students. Find ideas for planning lessons throughout the reading process, infusing Indigenous pedagogical practices, creating dynamic learning experiences, and using trauma-informed practices to prepare students for sensitive topics.
Written by Anishinaabe educator Christine M'Lot, this guide offers 12 lessons that support teachers in introducing students to Indigenous history and culture, exploring acts of sovereignty and resiliency, infusing Indigenous pedagogical practices, and incorporating the This Place CBC podcast when studying the graphic novel.