Walking Together is theoretical online course for instructors and facilitators to be purposeful when designing courses, pedagogical approaches, and assessments that will consider Indigenous learners. It will engage learners with actions proposed by the Report from The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2015).
We will work individually and collaboratively to redesign and co-construct new approaches to work in Indigenous contexts and with Indigenous communities. The time investment each week will vary (average 3.5 hours), but you can expect a variety of resources and materials that will invite individual reflection, collaborative action, and hopefully social change
Explore examples of what constitutes Decolonization, Resurgence, and Reconciliation.
Expand the learners’ knowledge and understanding of Indigenous epistemologies and pedagogies.
Naturalize the presence of Indigenous epistemologies and pedagogies in educational contexts.
Apply the principles of Reciprocity, Relevance, Relationships, and Respect in the learners’ immediate teaching and learning contexts.
Bringing social change to life: Design courses, pedagogical approaches, and assessments that will consider Indigenous learners.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Professional Certificate in Advanced Facilitation Practices : Core Courses