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ANCAP PSY 112 Courses
Please note that the following courses are taught every semester. If you are looking for that 1 credit course, check these out!
Introduction to AK Native Values & Principles
The course examines the impact of culture on communication with emphasis on issues related to individuals working in Alaskan communities. It identifies barriers and development of strategies for better communication. The course explores and discusses traditional Native values and principles, their applicability to today’s world, and issues relevant to their integration into today’s lifestyles.
Cultural Perspectives in Mentoring & Leadership Development
The course examines the impact of culture on perspectives in mentoring and leadership development with emphasis on topics related to the Alaska Native Culture and its history such as the (ANCSA) Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. The course explores and discusses traditional Alaska Native perspectives in mentoring and leadership development. It identifies barriers and successes with the development of the Alaska Native Regional Corporations and how leadership development is considered within the process.
Alaska Native Oral Tradition & Story Telling- A Therapeutic Tool
The oral tradition of story-telling is holistic and balanced, and interconnects the generations. Elders hold a central role in passing on traditional values and principles through the venue of stories. Story telling is an ageless teaching and healing tool used in all cultures. An Alaska Native elder and an American Indian young man will demonstrate story telling.