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Indigenous Education Network

Indigenous Course Pathways 2020-2021

Delivery Modes

In Person (INPER): A course that has any requirement for in person (“face to face,” “live,” “real time”) attendance at a specific physical location. An in person course may also have synchronous and/or asynchronous components that can be completed remotely. (Subject to adjustments imposed by public health requirements for physical distancing.)

Online Synchronous (SYNC): A course is considered Online Synchronous if online attendance is expected at a specific time for some or all course activities, and attendance at a specific location is not expected for any activities or exams.

Asynchronous (ASYNC): A course is considered Asynchronous if it has no requirement for attendance at a specific time or location for any activities or exams. Components may be online or remote (e.g. reading, writing, etc.). An asynchronous offering is not “self-paced” – there are deadlines/milestones that must be met, but the student can do the work at any time of day or night that suits them.

Winter 2021 Indigenous Course Offerings 


LHA1854HS 0101
Student Development Theory

17:00-20:00 Online Synchronous

Dr. Stephanie Waterman


LHA5804HS 0101
Special Topics in Higher Education: Master’s Level Indigenous student perspectives in higher education 

17:00-20:00 Online Synchronous

Dr. Stephanie Waterman 

LHA3184HS 0120
Indigenous Research Methodologies 

17:30-20:30 Online Synchronous

Dr. Jennifer Wemigwans 

CTL5056HS 0101
Special Topics in Curriculum: Master’s Level Weaving Together Mind, Body and Spirit: Envisioning pathways to trauma-informed classrooms from Indigenous perspectives

17:00 – 20:00 Online Synchronous

Dr. Sandra Styres, Julie Blair & Ryan Neepin


SJE1931HS 0101
Centring Indigenous-Settler Solidarity in Theory and Research 20211 WINTER

17:30-20:30 Online Synchronous

Martin Cannon


SJE1975HS 0101
Indigenous Settler Relations Issues for Teachers 

17:30-20:30 Online Synchronous

Dr. Martin Cannon

LHA1180HS 0101
Indigenous Worldviews: Implications for Education 

17:30-20:30 Online Synchronous

Dr. Jennifer Wemigwans

Day & Time TBA

CTL5054HS 0101
Special Topics in Curriculum: Master’s Level Indigenous Literatures post TRC Canada 

Day & time TBA Asynchronous

Dr. Jennifer Brant