Intended for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal learners, this course will explore indigenous ways of knowing and how they can benefit all students. Topics include historical, social, and political issues in Aboriginal education; terminology; cultural, spiritual and philosophical themes in Aboriginal worldviews; and how Aboriginal worldviews can inform professional programs and practices, including but not limited to the field of education.
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- 5 stars77.59%
- 4 stars18.20%
- 3 stars1.96%
- 2 stars0.84%
- 1 star1.40%
This course was a journey worth taking. I have learnt so much and engaged in self reflections that would make me forever empathise with and appreciate aboriginal world views.
I found this course informative and enlightening as the truth was shared by the instructor and Indiginous guests. This has been a valuable experience to add to my personal reconcilliation journey.
I loved all the learnings and teachings in this course! I recommend it. It is really a 5-star course, but I am giving it 4 because of the missing links. Otherwise a great course, I am happy I took it!
There are videos in week six that are helpful to watch coinciding with the week they are titled as. This was a really impactful course and I highly recommend to anyone.