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Course Description

Indigegogy is a balanced blend of theory, knowledge, spirit and presence. Ceremony is integral to teaching and learning using Indigegogy. Participants will be asked to bring their Creation stories to this module for mutual sharing and learning. In this module participants will continue to learn in circle and ceremony with the use of medicines, song, storytelling and drumming.

Notes

COVID-19 RESPONSE FROM THE CENTRE FOR INDIGEGOGY

During the Covid-19 pandemic, many institutions decided to make a transition to remote on-line learning. The Centre for Indigegogy resisted this move because we felt that Indigegogy had to be experienced in person and in relationship. However, new experiences and exposure with real-time remote teaching and learning has caused us to reconsider the value of real-time remote teaching and learning while holding space to enact the principles of Indigegogy.

Our decision to move forward became an opportunity for us to re-envision what it means to offer Indigenous Centre Wholistic Professional Development through ‘real-time’ remote learning. We had to consider:

  • How do we maintain Circle Protocols?
  • How do we continue to engage in Ceremony?
  • How do we hold the principles of Indigegogy (teaching the ways of the people IN the ways of the people)?

There is never a replacement for being with people in person but during this time of social distancing, we believe that we continue to offer quality programming that honours Indigegogy.

We look forward to being in ‘real-time’ remote teaching and learning Circles with you.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
IPC-Module 6-Spring 2022
Type
Remote Circle Work
Days
Th, F
Time
9:00AM to 4:30PM
Dates
May 19, 2022 to May 20, 2022
Schedule and Location
Total Hours
14.0
Location
Delivery Options
Remote Circle Work  
Course Fee(s)
Course Fee non-credit $520.00
Section Notes

Indigenous Peoples Certificate, Module 6 "Teaching and Learning as Ceremony" makes up 14 out of 84 hours required to obtain the Indigenous Peoples Certificate.

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