Program Calendar (2018/19)
FNST-205 - Indigenizing Practice
|FNST-205||Indigenizing Practice||3 - credits||$324.42|
This course explores ways to address the learning and teaching needs of Indigenous children and youth through understanding Indigenous peoples’ relationship with land, language, and community. Students will witness various Indigenous cultures and ways of knowing and traditional pedagogy through a focus on incorporating voices from Indigenous scholars, Indigenous community members and Ktunaxa Elders. Through this experience students practice indigenizing various learning and educational environments to address the needs of both teachers and learners.
Prerequisites: At least one of the following: ANTH 105, ANTH 120, FNST 101, FNST 203 or SOCI 240
Delivery Method: On-Campus Online
Credits: 3 | Length: 45 hours | Course Outline for FNST-205
FNST-205 Indigenizing Practice can be found in the following programs: