Below, please find access to George Brown College’s instructor portal link for the post-secondary classroom course.
In addition to the post-secondary classroom course, George Brown College offers a self-paced modular course with a certificate from First Nations University of Canada – available to all their employees. Search the Help Desk articles to locate the professional development course for employees. Below please find access to the post-secondary classroom resource for instructors and their students.
The post-secondary course is a three-hour in-class & two-hour online foundational course, covering the essential topics of reconciliation, inspired by First Nations University of Canada's Reconciliation Certificate Program. Faculty members have access to an online portal, enriched with additional bonus material such as reconciliation films & videos. With this portal, instructors can teach the reconciliation unit in the classroom. During this unit, instructors will provide their students with access to an online portal as part of their class’s work.
The student multi-media section includes a quiz, readings, and a student video library portal. There is no certificate provided with this course. Students are asked to take a screenshot of their final quiz results to be shared with their instructor.
Please note: This course is intended to be taught and offered in a classroom setting. It is not a self-paced asynchronous modular course that students take ‘solo’. This student portal access is part of a classroom unit offered by the instructor.
Instructor Online Portal Access:
Landing page: https://www.reconciliationeducation.ca/ed-signup-landing