Subject: Educational Foundations
Credit units: 3
College: Graduate and Postdoc Studies
Department: Educational Foundations


Informed by narrative literature on gender, race, sexuality, class and disability, this course examines qualities, criticisms and theories of resilience as they relate to Aboriginal Education. Diverse First Nations, Métis and Inuit paradigms of resilience are examined to question hegemonic practices in education in relation to tensions, anxieties and crucial turning points in the lives of individuals, families and communities.

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