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4 Seasons of Reconciliation Offer 2020-2021
Begins:April 1, 2020
Ends:March 31, 2021
4 Seasons of Reconciliation is a multi-media teaching unit that promotes a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadians, through transformative multi-media learning. This educational initiative, developed for the post-secondary sector and the workplace, incorporate teacher guides, slideshows, videos and films along with engaging online portals.
The resource includes the following units:
The College and University unit is a 5-hours unit with three hours in class and two hours at home. The unit covers the essential topics of reconciliation, inspired by the First Nations University's Reconciliation Certificate Program. During the unit, students access an online portal and complete the additional 2-hours of learning through video and reading resources. A list of readings for both graduates and undergraduates are assigned to students. Faculty members have access to an online portal, enriched with additional bonus material for professional development. Students also have their own learning portal.
Professional Development Unit
The 4 Seasons of Reconciliation resource is available for professional development use in workplaces and educator sectors. This resource will assist your organization in meeting some of the Truth & Reconciliation Calls to Actions.
Last updated: January 17, 2020
Usage statistics will be sent directly to subscribing institutions on a monthly basis, between the 1st and the 15th days of the month.
- Limited Authorized Users
- Remote Access
To SUBSCRIBE, libraries should contact BC ELN by the response deadline.
Late joins are welcome.
Pricing and Trial Access
Terms & Conditions
Access to 4 Seasons of Reconciliation is via unique URLs and username and password.
For the Post-Secondary Unit, each subscriber will be sent a unique access URL that can be shared with faculty at that institution. Each faculty member must create their own password-protected account (instructor portal) which can then be shared with their students (student portal). Students will be able to access the course using a unique URL sent from their instructor, without needing to log in to the course.
For the Professional Development Unit, each subscriber will be sent a unique access URL that can be shared with faculty and staff at that institution. Faculty and staff will need to set up their own individual profiles with a username and password.
Learning Management System
Faculty at subscribing institutions can opt to be part of the admin of the learning management system and also have access to each learner’s progress.