Indigenous Knowledge and Education Course

Indigenous Knowledge and Education Course

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Start Date/Time 29th Apr Mon AM 9:00 (GMT -7)
End Date/Time 7th May Tue PM 5:00 (GMT -7)
Location Education, AB
Contact [email protected]
Type Public

Indigenous Knowledge and Education Course

Indigenous Studies INST 511:
Indigenous Knowledge and Education
University Graduate Course
Spring Term: April 29, 2019 – July 26, 2019

This course will prepare the student to address Indigenous pedagogy and the construction of meaningful and accurate educational lessons for and about Indigenous peoples, including the Blackfoot, the Cree, the Metis and the Dene Tha. Indigenous peoples have always had their own philosophies, understandings, teachings, and educational goals. The same processes through which philosophy was/is taught would be used to teach Indigenous citizens arts, politics, laws, and language. Storytelling, sharing circles, organized meetings, and ongoing training in the home through experiential learning were and are the pedagogic vehicles used to teach and transfer knowledge.

  • Requirement: Undergraduate/University degree
  • For syllabi, click on the link:
  • Course fee: $1549.00(CDN)
  • $100.00  non-program application fee
  • You do not have to be in a program to take this course
  • If you are in a program, the course would need to be evaluated by the Institution to which you are applied/applying to, to determine if it may be applicable toward your program

Contact Ivy until April 9th to register for the course [email protected]

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