Haudenosaunee Confederacy

Learn about the impact of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy on modern democracy.
(Program previously called Iroquois Confederacy)

Enhance Your Learning Experience!

This program can be delivered as:

In-School Field Trips

Description: Let’s explore the roots of modern democracy! The Haudenosaunee Confederacy program has a strong focus on the process of decision making and governing through consensus. In this program, students will learn about the structure of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the importance of cooperative games and examine cultural tools. Students will have the opportunity to share their ideas and viewpoints, and learn how to vote for consensus. They will examine the importance of symbols as a form of expression and create a beautiful mosaic tile for their classroom.

Format:

Field Trips take place right IN your classroom. Our experienced presenters deliver curriculum-based field trips.

Duration:

2 hours

Teacher Provides:

N/A

Volunteers:

3 recommended

Take Home:

Tile for classroom mosaic

Video Conference

Description: The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Program has a strong focus on decision making and governing through consensus. During this virtual program, students will look at the consensus decision making model of the Haudenosaunee while making connections to modern democracy. This interactive program will provide students will the opportunity to share their ideas, viewpoints, and learn how to vote for consensus. At the end of the program, the students will decorate a wooden tile that will be used to create a classroom mosaic.

Format:

Livestreamed with a presenter using Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, etc. Curriculum-based. We ship the supplies to the school. Works in all school re-entry scenarios (classroom and home learning).

Duration:

1.5 hours

Teacher Provides:

Pencil crayons, Pencils

Volunteers:

1 recommended

Take Home:

Tile for classroom mosaic

Curricular Highlights

Theme:

Haudenosaunee Confederacy

Alberta Grade:

Grade 6

Categories:

FNMI, Social Studies

Explorations:

Structure of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy
Different roles within the Confederacy
Advantages and disadvantages of consensus
Importance of Equity and Cooperation
Symbolism as a form of expression

What Teachers Are Saying

M.M., Grade 6 TeacherStrathcona-Tweedsmuir School

One of the things we like about this field trip is that it fits perfectly well no matter where we are in our unit of inquiry. It works well as an introduction as well as a culminating activity for the unit. Additionally, the hands-on nature of each of the centres is excellent and the students really enjoy being involved in all four of the stations. The students also enjoyed the legend read at the end of the field trip. (In-Sschool Program)

K., Grade 6 TeacherColonel Walker School

I really enjoyed this program! My students were extremely engaged, and I felt as though it gave a very thorough overview of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. This was my students' first exposure to the material and they came away knowing all the basics. It will be very easy for me to supplement their understanding throughout the rest of this unit. Thanks so much for this program; it was fantastic! (Video Conference program)

Grade 6 TeacherSt. Albert the Great School

I have done this field trip several times in the past and it is always well done. I think the stations focus on key areas and the students definitely like participating in them. (In-School program)

N.A., Grade 6 TeacherKirkness School

It was very informative and went into further depth of the topic than I did in class. (Video Conference program)

Grade 6 TeacherEdmonton Christian Northeast School

Interactive stations and the opportunity to participate in an experience of working towards consensus. (In-School program)

Book now!

Promo code ends February 9, 2022. Programs can take place up to June 30, 2022. Promotional prices are applicable during advertised, time-limited promotional events. Promo code must be used at the time of booking.

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See below for our regular student pricing.
Don't forget to apply a promo code, if available, for additional savings!

In-School Field Trip

Price

$ 13.50

per student

(Minimum Fee $202.50)

Minimum fee for classes with 15 or fewer students. Maximum 32 students per program. GST exempt.

Video Conference

Price

$ 12.50

per student

(Minimum Fee $187.50) + shipping

Shipping cost not included. Minimum fee for classes with 15 or fewer students. Maximum 32 students per program. GST exempt.

Thank you to Georgina Riel of Riel Cultural Consulting for the insightful and valuable information she shared with us as we worked collaboratively on this program topic. A portion of all proceeds from this program will be donated to FNMI charitable organizations.