Arctic Yearbook 2014 - Page 49

Arctic Yearbook 2014 49 in Canada…2013: 68). Students walked through the timeline, recording new vocabulary on a sticky note, and noting what surprised them. Though students found this activity quite challenging, the enactment of a walk through history is a recognized tool of peace building work. It can invite participation to align sensory experience of walking to explore and discover contested worldviews and identities (Arai as cited in Cohen 2011). Students used visual cues and analysis of photographs to understand techniques residential schools used to colonize in Activity 7. In Activity 8: Survivor Stories, students explored first hand survivor accounts through audio, visual and written formats, and responde ܙX]]