convention

Education Sector

E-learning courses for the workplace and the classroom 

Helping you meet the TRC’s 94 Calls to Action 

The resources we provide are a direct response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada’s 94 Calls to Action, more specifically #62, which calls federal, provincial and territorial governments to develop and implement curriculum and learning resources from a First Nations, Metis and Inuit perspective. For over a decade, our media company has focused its work in raising awareness and promoting educational initiatives about reconciliation.

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E-learning courses

'4 Seasons of Reconciliation's modular courses are customized for the workplace and the classroom. We offer Secondary and Post-Secondary classroom and e-learning resources adapted for COVID-19 environments.

Additionally we offer a Professional Development online course for employees and educators with a certificate of completion from First Nations University of Canada with built-in data tracking and usage reports. This course is available for teachers and staff to learn further about anti-racism and reconciliation.

These courses (ranging from 2 to 6 hours) feature award-winning films, high quality videos, slideshows, and bonus content for ongoing learning. 

Why Reconciliation Education?

The Post-Secondary and Secondary classroom courses:

  • Is adaptable to your province’s curricular requirements 
  • Features quizzes to test student knowledge
  • Provides a student online portal 
  • Provides an educator online portal
  • Is designed specifically to help guide teachers help their students grasp concepts, no matter their level of comfort with the subject matter 
  • Available in both English and French

The professional development course for the education sectors is:

  • Available on our Learning Management System (LMS)
  • LinkedIn-compatible certification from the First Nations University of Canada
  • Customized for the education sector
  • Available in both English and French
  • Phone consulting to assist with success strategies
  • Discussion forum capability in the course

 

 

Best of all, 10% of proceeds are donated to First Nations University of Canada scholarships.