Canadian Indigenous History and Cultural Sensitivity
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Canadian Indigenous History and Cultural Sensitivity

A comprehensive course on Canadian Indigenous relations, cultural practices, and the historical impact of colonization.
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4.7 (49 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
88 students enrolled
Last updated 3/2019
English
Price: $194.99
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • What Canada and the First Peoples looked like pre-contact.
  • The historical implications of colonization, Indian reserves, treaties, and residential schools.

  • The proper protocol when working with Indigenous communities.

Requirements
  • There are no prerequisites, but students are encouraged to take notes on the lessons to improve their retention of information.
Description

For the past ten years Holly Fortier (Cree/Dene from Ft. McKay First Nation, Alberta) has traveled across Canada facilitating Indigenous Awareness training courses for government agencies, major corporations, educational institutions and many other groups. 

At the request of individuals who were unable to attend her classroom groups, she has created this comprehensive online course to accommodate those wish to educate themselves in Indigenous relations, cultural practices, and the historical impact of colonization.  

Who this course is for:
  • Those who wish to gain a deeper understanding of Canadian Indigenous culture, traditions, and history.
  • Professionals who work closely with Canadian Indigenous communities or individuals.
Course content
Expand all 17 lectures 01:03:08
+ Indigenous Canada: A History
10 lectures 47:31
Pre-Contact
1 question
Contact
03:34
Contact
1 question
First Nation, Métis, Inuit
07:54
First Nation, Métis, Inuit
1 question
European Trade: Alcohol, Guns, and Furs
03:40

Do Aboriginal People have the highest rate of Diabetes in Canada? 

European Trade: Alcohol, Guns, and Furs
1 question
Germ Warfare
02:20
Germ Warfare
1 question
Indian Reserves: Relocation and Resistance
06:32
Indian Reserves: Relocation and Resistance
1 question
Treaties in Canada
1 question
The Indian Act
02:26
The Indian Act
1 question
Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters
01:57
Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters
1 question
The Impact of Residential School
08:46
The Impact of Residential School
1 question
+ Traditional Indigenous Territory
1 lecture 03:53
Traditional Indigenous Territory
03:53
Traditional Indigenous Territory
1 question
+ Dispelling Myths About Indigenous People
2 lectures 06:33
Taxes, Education, and Government Handouts
04:53
Taxes, Education, and Government Handouts
1 question
Wab Kinew on Native Stereotypes
01:40
Wab Kinew on Native Stereotypes
1 question
+ The Future of Indigenous People in Canada
4 lectures 05:12
Talking Circle
01:17
Talking Circle
1 question
Final Thoughts
02:44

Harvard University looked at Indigenous Peoples moving forward through which of the following? 

Final Thoughts
1 question
Credits
00:55
Course Manual Resource
00:16