First Nations Education in Canada: The Circle Unfolds

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Marie Ann Battiste, Jean Barman
UBC Press, 1995 - 355 σελίδες
Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal experts examine aspects of education for First Nations adults and children in Canada, discussing the philosophical basis of First Nations education and assessing strengths and weaknesses in teacher training and the classroom. Topics include redefining science education for Aboriginal students; Aboriginal-based models for native education pedagogy; retention and dropout; and an aboriginal approach to healing education at an urban high school. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Περιεχόμενα

Towards a Redefinition of Indian Education
5
A Medicine Wheel Model
47
Redefining Science Education for Aboriginal Students
73
Aboriginal Epistemology
101
Language and Cultural Content in Native Education
124
Aboriginal Retention
157
Teacher Education and Aboriginal Opposition
179
The Challenge for Universities
208
NonNative Teachers Teaching in Native Communities
224
Treaties and Indian Education
245
Contradiction and First Nations Adult Education
262
An Historical
288
An Aboriginal Approach to Healing Education at
313
Bibliography of First Nations Pedagogy
330
Index
345
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Marie Battiste, a member of the Mi'kmaq Nation, teaches in the Indian and Northern Education Department at the University of Saskatchewan. Jean Barman is a Professor in the Department of Social and Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia.

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