Credit units: 3
Department: Educational Foundations
This course will examine the Métis and First Nations Traditions and World Views. Students will participate in the oral traditions, cultural ceremonies and practices, in natural settings through lived experience, engaging with Métis and First Nations Elders and knowledge keepers, learning appropriate protocols for each elder and knowledge keeper. Students will learn, through workshops and presentations, how to appropriately incorporate Métis and First Nations content into K-12 Curriculum.
Prerequisite(s): 9 credit units of INDG courses, plus another 6 credit units chosen from Indigenous Studies or other courses inclusive of content that addresses Indigenous languages or history/political science/geography Indigenous issues to a significant extent.
Corequisite(s): Students will have attended 3 fall cultural camps (9 days), 2 spring cultural camps (4 days), and approximately 13 cultural workshops (20 hours).
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