Subject: Educational Foundations
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 1 only
Weekly hours: 3 Seminar/Discussion hours
College: Graduate and Postdoc Studies
Department: Educational Foundations

Description

Intended to address colonization and imperialism among Aboriginal peoples, focusing specifically on the role education has played in achieving cognitive imperialism, critique the tenets of cognitive imperialism in English language, and education policy, politics, and practice, and evaluate international options for restoring Aboriginal communities.

Note(s): Cannot receive credit for EIND 851 and EFDT 843.

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