This Part 2 course will build on the understanding of Indigenous histories, traditions, cultures, and world view covered in Part 1. We will journey through this course together with kindness to each other and with ourselves as we better understand the many ways of knowing and being. This course focuses on how to incorporate Indigenous knowledge, history and current issues into pedagogy and classroom practice to support all students moving towards reconciliation.
This course will be using technology such as virtual classrooms, audio recordings, and video assignments in an effort to disrupt text communication and respect the oral tradition of Indigenous people.
- OCT member in good standing with a permanent or temporary teaching certificate
- Successful completion of the Additional Qualification course: FNMI Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures, Part 1; and
- One year of successful teaching experience, certified by a supervisory officer.
- Submission of Certificate of Teaching Experience Form to certify experience (found in the Policies and Forms section)
Spring 2024 April 15 to June 14, 2024
Opens February 6, 2024
Closes April 8, 2024