Thunder Bay • Orillia

Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Learning Major)/Bachelor of Education I/S (Indigenous Teacher Education Program) (TB) - Teachers of Indigenous Learners in a Canadian Context

Education 2130 Teachers of Indigenous Learners in a Canadian Context
A survey of the social, mental and general health conditions of Indigenous people in association with relevant historical contexts, covering a) an exploration of how to distinguish social, medical and mental health conditions that affect learning from learning disabilities, b) helping tools for educators working with at-risk youth, and for liaising with relevant counselling, social work, mental health and medical professionals on behalf of youth and their families, c) existing support networks available to Indigenous youth and their families within Indigenous communities, and d) literature on Indigenous helping approaches.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Restricted to students in the HBEd (Indigenous Teacher Education) P/J and BABEd (Indigenous Learning Major) I/S programs, or with permission from the Chair of the Department of Aboriginal Education.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences