FNMI Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures, Part 1
This course will invite teachers to deepen their understanding of Indigenous histories, traditions, cultures, and world views to critically explore and transform current pedagogy and practice. As a learning community, we will journey through this course together as we unlearn and relearn the many ways of knowing and being and explore topics of identity, positionality, bias, colonization, treaties, and our relationship with the land. The course will support the implementation of the Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report in our classrooms, schools, and district school boards.
- Certificate of Qualification and Registration.
- Basic Qualifications in Primary or Junior or Intermediate or Senior divisions in general studies.
For information about session dates please visit: http://etfo-aq.ca/catalogue/#dates
|Session||Registration Dates||Location||Delivery Method|
|Spring 2022: April 4 to June 17||Opens - January 31, Closes - March 29||N/A||Online||Interested?|