This course builds on First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples – Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Culture, Part 1, and expands on the skills and knowledge gained through that course. Part 2 explores current issues such as residential schools, governance and Truth and Reconciliation. The candidate will have opportunities to infuse FNMI culture, traditional teachings, histories, current issues and resources into school culture and curriculum as well as explore curriculum plans with an Indigenous focus and lens. By the end of Part 2, candidates will understand historical and legislative policies and their continued impact on FNMI peoples and communities. Through a holistic and integrated approach, the course will help position candidates as educators who promote equity and diversity in their own practices and in their schools and classrooms.