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    Medium Of InstructionsMode Of LearningMode Of Delivery
    EnglishSelf StudyVideo and Text Based

    Course Overview

    The course is about aboriginal world views and education offered by Coursera to the students for introducing the spiritual and cultural aspects of the society. The term aboriginal worldviews refer to the cultural and traditional aspects of the people of any particular region. The course is multidisciplinary and no qualification is required for the candidate to take part in the course.

    The traditions, cultures, values of the society are very essential for every social citizen and it is everyone's responsibility to know the deep inside. Therefore the course is introduced to students to get an awareness of the concept. With the understanding, candidates can know the values and ethics as well. Candidates not only meant to learn technical aspects but also these type of programmes are essential for the welfare of society.

    Coursera is an online learning educational website started by the government to bring awareness in education to the students. The course is offered free of cost and anyone can learn any type of course. The course is mainly for the students who cannot afford to study with lack of money. The course is also available in the mobile application to ease the learning for students. The course also offers a paid certificate for the programme.

    The Highlights

    • Certificate upon the completion 
    • 14 hours course
    • Flexibility schedule
    • Conceptual learning and practical enhancement
    • Help center for the students
    • Practice assessments 
    • Free of cost course study materials

    Program Offerings

    • Online video lectures
    • practice assessments
    • assignments
    • Course study materials
    • Case Studies

    Courses and Certificate fees

    Fees InformationsCertificate AvailabilityCertificate Providing Authority
    INR 2188yesUniversity of Toronto, Toronto

    Candidate should pay for the certificate as following mentioned fee:

    • The total course fee for a certificate is Rs.2,188.
    • No fees for the candidates if no certificate is needed.


    Course with certificate

    Course without certificate


    Rs. 2,188 including the taxes

    Free of cost


    The course is meant for students who have a keen interest in the aboriginal field of study. As it is multivariate any student can enroll in the course for free. The course offers online video lectures and course study materials also to the candidates who access the course for free. The course makes the candidates grasp the core content intellectually. It emphasizes the practical skills of the candidate in the academy itself.

    Candidates can have doubt resolution sessions with the guide through email and candidates will have course study materials. The course study materials are used to get theoretical knowledge so that candidates might have conceptual knowledge as well. The course offers financial aid to the students who cannot afford to pay the fee and candidates availing financial aid can access all the course materials for free.

    The course, at last, gives the certificate after the successful completion of the certificate with all the submitted assignments within the given time. Candidates can self improvise themselves by taking quizzes and practice assessments. Candidates with all the techniques and skills can get the job in the desired company with the help of a certificate because the certificate is sharable to all resumes and can also post in Linkedin.

    Eligibility Criteria

    The course is intended for both aboriginal and non-aboriginal learners. Therefore any candidate can be eligible to apply to the course.


    The candidate can be from any institute and also candidate can be an individual to enrol in the course.

    Certification qualifying details

    The Candidate should complete the course and submit all the assignments in the mentioned time. Also, candidates should purchase the certificate so he/she can get a certificate with the successful completion of the course.

    What you will learn

    Knowledge of history
    • The candidate will come to know the different types of worldviews by comparing.
    • The candidate will get a glance at the history of aboriginal education.
    • Accessing the various resources for aboriginal education will be known to the candidates.

    Who it is for

    Admission Details

    Filling the form

    To enrol in the programme candidate should apply to the programme aboriginal world views and education and the following application details are below:

    Step-1: candidate should visit the website of the programme during the below link

    Step-2: Candidate should click the enrol now button present on the website then soon candidate will be asked to log in or sign up.

    Step-3: Candidate should sign up and the candidate will be asked the type of course that he/she wants to choose namely course without a certificate or with a certificate.

    Step-4: after choosing the course candidate need to pay for the certificate and he/she will be redirected to the payment gateway.

    Step-5: The admission is successful and the candidate can access the course.

    The Syllabus

    • Course Information and Logistics
    • About Us

    • Welcome and course overview
    • Medicine wheel as organizing principle (4:33)
    • Defining worldviews and education (4:47)
    • Canadians don't know much about Aboriginal people
    • Reasons why Aboriginal worldviews matter [part 1] (10:26)
    • Reasons why Aboriginal worldviews matter [part 2] (7:34)
    • Aboriginal people are diverse but share two things (3.28)
    • Comparing the worldviews (0:51)
    • Barbecue Area (2:28)
    • Accurate terminology [part 1] (15:41)
    • Accurate terminology [part 2] (10:42)
    • Accurate terminology [part 3] (4:16)
    • Week 2 Activity: Meaningful Place (2:02)

    • Links to Further Resources

    • Stereotyping [Part 1] 
    • Stereotyping [Part 2]
    • Stereotyping [Part 3]
    • Stereotyping [Part 4]
    • Stereotyping [Part 5]
    • Wab Kinew on the soapbox
    • The relationship develops
    • A walk through history
    • Using RCAP wheel to look at relationship
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 1]
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 2] 
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 3]
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 4]
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 5]
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 6]
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 7]
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 8]
    • Indigenous knowledge [Part 9]
    • Wampum
    • Interview with Angela Mashford-Pringle [Part 1]
    • Interview with Angela Mashford-Pringle [Part 2]
    • Interview with Angela Mashford-Pringle [Part 3]
    • Lecture: 2.9 Rethinking the relationship
    • Week 3 Activity: Loss Thought Piece

    • Links to Further Resources

    Practice Exercise
    • Quiz #1 (Week 3): Aboriginal Worldviews and Education

    • Applying the wheel to aboriginal education
    • Ab ed through the wheel Pre-contact [Part 1]
    • Ab ed through the wheel Pre-contact [Part 2]
    • Ab ed through the wheel early contact
    • Ab ed through the wheel Colonial period [Part 1]
    • Ab ed through the wheel Colonial period [Part 2]
    • Residential schools
    • Interview with Suzanne Stewart on Intergenerational Trauma [Part 1]
    • Interview with Suzanne Stewart on Intergenerational Trauma [Part 2]
    • The Apology and Analysis - Laura McKinley Interview
    • Week 4 Activity: Aboriginal Apology

    • Links to Further Resources

    • Ab ed through the wheel Contemporary [Part 1]
    • Ab ed through the wheel Contemporary [Part 2]
    • Culturally responsive education
    • Aboriginal knowledge for all
    • Assessing Resources
    • Cultural Appropriation
    • Renewing the relationship: Idle No More
    • Course closing
    • Course Closing: Words of Elders

    • Links to Further Resources

    Practice Exercise
    • Quiz #2: Week 5 Quiz

    • 8th Fire episode 1. Indigenous in the City 
    • 8th Fire episode 2. It's time
    • 8th Fire episode 3. Whose land is it anyway?
    • 8th Fire episode 4. At the Crossroads

    • Jean-Paul Screenside Chat for Week One
    • TA Feedback 1 - Introductions
    • TA Feedback 
    • Jean-Paul Screenside Chat for Week Two
    • Jean-Paul Screenside Chat for Week Two - Course design questions
    • Jean-Paul Screenside Chat for Week Three [part 1]
    • Jean-Paul Screenside Chat for Week Three [part 2]


    University of Toronto, Toronto Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

    1: Can I avail any scholarship for the programme?

    Yes, there is financial aid available for the programme and only eligible to the students under particular terms and conditions.

    2: Whom should I contact for any doubts?

    The guide who is taking the course will be available to the candidates through email and candidate will be answered in 2-3 working days.

    3: What is the duration of the course?

    The duration of the course is approximately 14 hours and the 14 hours are divided into 6 weeks and the course is explained in the divided weeks.

    4: Can I take the course as many days as I need?

    No, there is a particular time for the start of the course and end of the course and the candidate should complete the course in the given time to get the certificate.

    5: Can I have any job assistance training after the programme?

    No, the course offers no job assistance training for the programme but candidates acquire certain skills to get the job.

    6: Will I have any entrance exams for the certificate?

    No, there is no need to attend any exam but the candidate should submit all the assignment with accurate results.

    7: From what sources can I learn the programme?

    The candidate will have sources like online video lectures, course study materials, assignments, quizzes, self-assessment tests to learn the programme.

    8: Can I access course materials for a lifetime?

    No, the course materials are accessible within the duration of the programme only and the course material will get expired after the duration of the programme is completed.

    9: Can I get the certificate without submitting the assignments?

    No, candidates should submit the assignments and complete the programme so that he/she will get the certificate and no certificate will be given without submitting the assignments.

    10: Can I get the fee refund if I am not interested in the course?

    Yes, the candidate will get the fee refund if he/she raises an issue within the first 15 days, and then after no fee refund will be there for the candidate.

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