Feature Story: International graduate students bring diverse viewpoints on Indigenization of adult education classes
External Relations, University of Regina
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Graduate students with diverse backgrounds have come together with a common goal of decolonizing adult learning. The graduate course, Trends and Issues in Indigenous Adult Education, explores research, theory, and the practice of trends, issues, and perspectives in Indigenous learning. Students from six countries were in the class from Brazil, Canada, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka. The diversity speaks to the higher number of international students who are choosing to further their studies at the University of Regina.