This massive online open course (MOOC) from the University of Toronto is intended for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal learners. It explores 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.
A MOOC from the University of Alberta that explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada. This course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations.
A MOOC (massively open online course) offered through the University of British Columbia that helps participants envision how Indigenous histories, perspectives, worldviews, and approaches to learning can be made part of the work we do in classrooms, organizations, communities, and our everyday experiences in ways that are thoughtful and respectful.
In this course, reconciliation emphasizes changing institutional structures, practices, and policies, as well as personal and professional ideologies to create environments that are committed to strengthening our relationships with Indigenous peoples.
Core ICS Foundations Training is intended for non-health professionals working in organizations such as justice, education, business, and government. Learning is self-paced over an eight week window and typically takes between eight-ten hours to complete. Certificate granted upon completion.
A 6-week online course that focuses on how culture affects communication. Participants will explore how power imbalances can impact interactions and identify practical tools to reduce misunderstandings and strengthen inclusivity.