Courses and Descriptions

WRKE-2025Work Practicum 2

Contributing to community is one of the six values of Red River College. This practicum provides an opportunity for students to serve a school division in a non-paid capacity. Students are expected to synthesize the knowledge, skills, and competencies they are developing in the program to meet specific meaningful needs of the classroom/community partner. This practicum challenges students to apply real world critical thinking, self-assessment and reflection, communication in both languages, problem-solving, leadership and teamwork skills. Practicum outcomes are individualized for each student in partnership with the school or community partner to help define the student's role and responsibilities. The first Year 1 placement focuses on acquiring Anishinaabemon language in the context of culture and history to provide students with the opportunity to further develop knowledge, skills, and competencies needed for success in speaking, listening, reading and writing the Ojibwe language. Students also learn to apply both Indigenous and contemporary teaching and learning models using culturally appropriate resources, activities, and assessments in a variety of classroom and community contexts. The substantial hours in the workplace provide opportunities to improve both languages in a variety of contexts.
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