First Nations, Metis and Inuit Studies - Intermediate

The First Nations, Metis and Inuit Studies Intermediate course will be of interest to teachers of the Intermediate division who to wish to gain further knowledge and insight into the culture, values and perspectives of First Nation, Metis and Inuit peoples.

This course will enable teachers to effectively integrate and infuse these aspects throughout the Intermediate curriculum. There will be opportunities to explore in depth the First Nations, Metis and Inuit world views, challenges and successes through media, community connections and class sharing. Lists of resources and practical ideas to use in the Intermediate classroom will be made available to learners.


  1. Certificate of Qualification:
    Must be a registered member of the Ontario College of Teachers.
  2. Post-Secondary Education:

    Must hold an acceptable post-secondary degree or equivalent qualifications.

  3. 2 Full University Degree Credits in the Subject:
    Official transcript(s) showing proof of successful completion of a minimum of 2.0 university degree credits or the equivalent in the teaching subject.

    Note: related subjects include Humanities and/or Social Sciences.


1.0 university degree credits is the equivalent to 1 full year course, or, 2 half-year courses.


Successful completion is a final grade of C-

Upon successful completion of the course, a recommendation will be sent to the Ontario College of Teachers.










Full Course Details

Section Title:

First Nations, Metis and Inuit Studies - Intermediate

Enrolment Session:

2024 Summer



Total Hours:



Cynthia Bettio, Karen Lillie Filiatrault


04 Jul 2024 to 25 Jul 2024

Delivery Option:


Course Fee(s):



Section Note(s):

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: June 25, 2024, 11:59pm EST. If the "Add to Cart" button is still available, late registration is possible for this course.

This session will run intensively for 3 weeks. Your learning will take the form of in-depth online discussions as well as group and individual assignments.

Learners will be expected to engage in approximately 42 hours of learning per week for a total of 125 hours. Please ensure you consider your other personal/professional obligations when planning for Summer learning.

  • 100 hours online learning (asynchronous, but facilitator-led and paced into modules)
  • 25 hours assignments and independent study


  • Once registered, please visit the Learner Portal to submit your course application and any related documents by the registration deadline (we recommend doing so from a computer for the best user experience)
  • Requests for withdrawal received by the registration deadline will receive a refund. Requests made after this date will require further review. You can find our withdrawal, refund and transfer policy under Resources » OISE CPL Registration Policies

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