Yes, I definitely would recommend it. I'd go as far as recommending it be required for new educators with little exposure to Aboriginal culture. But even after more than 30 years among Aboriginal people, I'm still getting alot out of it. Surprised to find I still hold some stereotypes and predjudices. In our connectivist MOOCs I've heard people dismissing xMOOCs in general, and Coursera in particular. "Aboriginal Worldviews and Education" may be an exception, but I've found it an excellent course. The instructor is well spoken, presents his material with balance and sensitivity. Yes, there are lectures and readings, and it draws heavily from great plains culture, but there are also places to reflect and extensive discussion forums. Like our cMOOCs, it's drinking from the firehose. One has to pick and choose and rely a bit on serendipity to find a place to engage.
Another thing I would recommend is forming a support group for colleagues taking the course together. Although our discussion sessions have been in twos and threes, it is very valuable to talk over some of these sensitive issues with educators in a similar context.