TTW - Fall 2018

This award winning, blended delivery course provides insight into an Indigenous world view; describes the impact of colonization and how it affects students attending the college today; and guides participants in the development of new teaching and learning methods. This summer there are 2 sections of TELŦIN TŦE WILNEW - Understanding Indigenous Peoples.
The program provides opportunities for you to work online using Desire2Learn (D2L) as well as face to face (F2F) in discussion groups with Indigenous facilitators. You should expect to commit approximately 4 to 6 hours per week to complete the course.

F2F Days, Times, and Locations
Wednesday, 11:30am-1:30pm  Thursday, 3:30pm-5:30pm 
Lansdowne, LLC 151 Interurban, P 102
Orientation, September 26 Orientation, September 27 
Unit 1, October 3 Unit 1, October 4
Unit 2, October 24 Unit 2, October 25
Unit 3, November 14
Unit 3, November 15
Unit 4, November 28
Unit 4, November 29

NOTE: The Lansdowne section is full and there is a waitlist.

Before registering, please ensure you are able to make the commitment. These offerings depend on your full participation for their success. If you have registration questions, please contact the CETL office at

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