1. Learner outcomes for the Indigenous Content Requirement (ICR) are as follows:
- Identify Indigenous worldviews, knowledge, and practices that relate to faculty specialties
- Identify culturally appropriate ways of engaging Indigenous communities in faculty specialties
- Demonstrate knowledge of the effects of stereotyping, prejudice, and racism on interactions between First Nations, Inuit, and Métis and others in Canadian society
- Demonstrate knowledge of Canadian Indigenous peoples’ history
- Analyze the impact of legal decisions on Aboriginal and treaty rights, including the duty to consult
- Identify approaches to reconciliation between First Nations, Inuit, and Métis and others in Canadian society
- Demonstrate knowledge of the impacts of colonialism on Indigenous peoples and strategies to resist assimilation
- Articulate the relationship between land, culture, language, and identity in Indigenous communities
- Demonstrate knowledge of the nature of the relationship between the Crown and Indigenous peoples, as defined by treaties and agreements, or lack of them
- Contribute to strategies for improving Indigenous communities’ well-being
2. Learner outcomes should be modified to reflect course level expectations.
- Academic Units are encouraged to develop their own discipline-specific outcomes.
- For more information on developing appropriate learner outcomes, see the Eberly Center's Articulate Your Learning Objectives page.
3. For more information on the Indigenous Content Requirement, please see our FAQ about the Indigenous Content Requirement (ICR) page.
- We thank Confederation College for their inspiration and for developing a strong set of learner outcomes that we adapted.