Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education is one of the title's in Pearson Education's Teacher Education Series provides teacher candidates and in-service teachers with relevant information to help them integrate First Nations, Métis, and Inuit content, cultural history, and traditions into the classroom, providing students with a broader perspective of Canada and its population. Teachers need to be creative, dynamic and sensitive when developing teaching approaches and programs on this topic, and the underlying purpose of this module is to extend the skills and knowledge of teachers in the teaching of Aboriginal children and the teaching about Aboriginal peoples. The Teacher Education Series features modules authored by leaders in the field of education on hot and timely topics. Each module includes three parts: theory, practical application, and case studies. Topics include: Stages of Infusion of Aboriginal Knowledge and Pedagogy; Storytelling and Aboriginal Pedagogy; Identifying and Dealing with Bias in Materials; Best Practices for Effective Aboriginal Curriculum and Pedagogy; activities for Media Literacy and Oral History; as well as cases studies. Authors Nicole Bell and TerryLynn Brant are experienced First Nation educators.