Credit units: 3
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours and 1 Practicum/Lab hours
Department: Curriculum Studies
An introductory course designed to examine the role of the elder’s helper in a place of higher learning. This course explores how nêhiyaw identity is informed by the philosophical beliefs and constructs central to the worldview of nêhiyawak. Students will examine how nehiyawak have maintained their cultural beliefs through family and community. The concepts of wâkohtowin will be explored to develop understanding of place and language.
Prerequisite(s): Permission required.
Restriction(s): Course only open to students in the Indigenous Language Certificate program.
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