This lesson plan is a part of an overall course entitled "Indigenous beliefs, values, and aspirations in a contemporary society".

 

The lesson plan 'belonging' is designed to help the learner explore the concept of belonging in community and within a greater Canadian context.  

Self Efficacy and Indigenous Development - Lesson Plan - Belonging

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  • Overview:

    This is a teacher / facilitator resource specific to Self Efficacy and Indigenous Development.  Although it can be used for personal usage, it is found to work better in a group setting with other individuals seeking to strengthen and develop their Indigenous core.

    SEID Curriculum Overall Expectations:

    By the end of this course, students will:

    • Describe traditional and contemporary beliefs and values of Indigenous cultures that influence present-day activities and behaviors
    • Identify aspects of cultural identity related to specific Indigenous peoples

    SEID Curriculum Specific Expecations:

    By the end of this course, students will:

    • Describe how Indigenous peoples can express  their distinctive identity in multicultural Canada
    • Describe the primary values in relationships (ie. inclusiveness, fairness, respect) that Indigenous people want to acheive

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    These materials are the property of The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices, Inc., and are protected under applicable copyright law, with ALL rights reserved. No part of these materials may be copied, or changed into any format, sold, or used in any matter without express written permission of The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices.

     

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