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    Medicine Wheel Resources


      Medicine wheels are ancient structures of stones laying in particular patterns on the ground, common to aboriginal and indigenous peoples of North America, supposed for religious, astronomical and healing purposes.

      Background Information

    • What is a Medicine Wheel? [View Resource]
    • Medicine wheel - Wikipedia [View Resource]
    • Images of the Medicine Wheel, Wyoming [View Resource]
    • Medicine wheel park [View Resource]
    • Medicine Wheel [View Resource]
    • The medicine wheel - Circle of Life [View Resource]
    • Bighorn Medicine Wheel [View Resource]
    • What is the Great Medicine Wheel of Life? [View Resource]

      K-12 Experiments, Lesson Plans and Science Fair Projects

    • Explore the medicine wheel and its cultural meaning (science fair project) [View Experiment]
    • The Medicine Wheel - Lesson Plan [View Experiment]
    • The Medicine Wheel - Lesson Plan [View Experiment]
    • Lesson Plan on the Medicine Wheel [View Experiment]
    • Aboriginal Elders: A Grade 12 Unit Lesson Plan [View Experiment]
    • Lesson plan - survival of Native American spirituality [View Experiment]
    • How Grandmother Spider Stole the Sun [View Experiment]
    • Shamanism: How to make your own Medicine Wheel [View Experiment]
    • Integrating Aboriginal Perspectives into Curricula [View Experiment]

      College Studies and Articles

    • The Meaning and Use of the Medicine Wheel: Case Study: Lakota Philosophy [View Experiment]
    • Becoming Warriors: The Practice of Deep and Meaningful Learning [View Experiment]
    • Physical Activity and Healing through the Medicine Wheel [View Experiment]
    • The Cree Medicine Wheel as an Organizing Paradigm of Theories of Human Development [View Experiment]
    • Aboriginal Healing in Canada: Studies in Therapeutic Meaning and Practice [View Experiment]

      Theses and Dissertations

    • Archaeological Investigations at the Cut Arm Site (FbNp-22): Evidence for Wanuskewin Heritage Park as an Island on the Plains [View Thesis]
    • Exploring maternal health knowledge, attitudes and behaviors among Mi’kmaw women [View Thesis]
    • A Healing Approach to Teaching : A Case Study [View Thesis]

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