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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Visions du monde et éducation autochtones par Université de Toronto

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À propos du cours

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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CB
14 sept. 2021

This course was amazing, I first took Indigenous Canada and this was my 2nd course. I felt I had to learn all I can on these important and current issues - a better understanding is what we all need.

CB
25 mars 2021

I really enjoyed this course and I learned a lot. Thank you so much for the time and energy you put into creating it and providing it in this way so people from all over can enhance their learning.

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par Christine A

17 avr. 2020

Awesome course. I think every Canadian should take this course

par n̓aaswiḥčis C N

30 oct. 2020

I really enjoyed this course I will be watching for more

par Eva M

9 mars 2021

It was very approachable and informative and inspiring.

par Kendra R

20 sept. 2021

loved this course, if you have the chance TAKE IT!! :)

par Kassandra P

10 mai 2020

Lots of knowledge. Great teacher. Keeps you interested

par Kevin Y

26 nov. 2020

This has greatly increased my indigenous knowledge

par Tina S

23 juil. 2021

Loved the course and the course content.

par Gladiston C

12 août 2020

Ótimo curso. Parabéns aos idealizadores!

par Astrid S

12 avr. 2017

Excellent course! Totally recommended!

par Brian A C

29 janv. 2018

Great intro to Aboriginal WorldViews

par Cynthia B

21 janv. 2021

This course was humbling. Thank you

par Karen C

23 janv. 2021

Very informative and eye-opening!

par Dennis S

9 juin 2021

This course is very informative.

par Zachary U

7 avr. 2017

Great content! Learned a lot.

par Liz L

11 nov. 2021

Insightful - great course!

par Seema T

10 oct. 2020

Excellent and informative

par Winston A W

19 déc. 2020

Excellent, thank you.

par Jessica W

16 juil. 2020

Really informative!

par Monika N

20 sept. 2020

simply brilliant

par Christine W

15 déc. 2020

great content

par Marcela A d M M

4 juil. 2021

Excellent!

par Gabriel A P

14 sept. 2017

Excellent!

par Cheryl D

2 déc. 2020

I found the course very informative - especially the interviews and links to extra resources such as the 8th Fire videos - and I will definitely be doing more reading as there is so much to learn in this area. The importance of understanding that different peoples have different worldviews is vital to being able to work together and learn from one another.

An updated course would be nice as it was first offered in 2013, and there have been a lot of things going on since then.

My only critical comment is that I found it hard to find the additional resources that were mentioned - they don't seem to be linked to the lectures. And I discovered that Week 5 and Week 6 are actually where a lot of these things are located. If the course is updated, perhaps an update to where these resources can be found could be included.

par Martin O

7 déc. 2020

This course could perhaps use a refresh, of its links especially, but also to give comparative historical stats on access to aboriginal education access and graduation, and to include current advances in aboriginal colleges, curriculum and teacher training. This course, at over eight years old, is actually a history. It presents events and our past state of worldview discord, how far we've come since, and how slowly we have moved. As Canada's rehabilitation drags on, the course becomes a sad commentary.

par Kyle T

7 janv. 2019

Some missing or broken links made accessing some of the material more difficult. While a quick google search was usually sufficient to find what was missing there was one exception, where a free copy of the chapter reading was not readily accessible.

The information in the course was quite interesting and I enjoyed the interviews/special guests. I hope you keep up the great work making this kind if education accessible for more Canadians.