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RECONCILIATION

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1. We have spent much time looking at issues, needs, impacts, etc connected to reconciliation and how reconciliation is viewed by Indigenous and
non-Indigenous people – as individuals, communities and institutions. Using information and examples from Dakota 38, Jerry Oleman’s video/lecture, Chapter
8 (Intergenerational Trauma and Indigenous Resistance), Chapter 11 (Art and Reconciliation), class lecture and your own viewpoints please discuss
reconciliation – beyond the meaning provided in a dictionary! This is not an easy question to answer so take some time to re-read, re-watch, rethink, and
re-examine from various places of expectation/involvement- Finish this discussion by identifying examples of where/how reconciliation can occur, and also
how you could personally make a difference in furthering reconciliation? (20)

2. Using Chapter 10 (Learning from Indigenous Knowledge in Education), Chapter 3 (Indigenous Ways of Knowing), Chapter 1 (Indigenous
Eco-Technological Knowings Meet University Satellite Campus Teachings on the Rez), Larry Merculieff‘s Native Knowing, and once again Elder Gerry
Oleman’s video/lecture, what are Indigenous ways of knowing and ways of learning? What are impacts when Indigenous ways and western ways of education
come into conflict? Using Chapter 1 (Indigenous Eco-Technological Knowings Meet University Satellite Campus Teachings on the Rez), Chapter 4 (Elder’s
Teachings in the Twenty-first Century: A Personal Reflection) discuss the influence sites of learning have on how one learns and ‘makes sense’ of knowledge,
and how sites of learning influence teaching methodology and student receptiveness. (10)