online book: Honoring Our Children Culturally Appropriate Approaches for Teaching Indigenous Students

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Honoring Our Children

Culturally Appropriate Approaches for Teaching Indigenous Students
(Dedicated to the Memory of Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley, 1934-2011)

edited by Jon Reyhner, Joseph Martin, Louise Lockard & Willard Sakiestewa Gilbert
Copyright © 2013 by Northern Arizona University

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Contents

Publication Information
Purchasing Information
Introduction
1. Listening to Lives: Lessons Learned from American Indian Youth
Donna Deyhle
2. Indigenous Education Renewal in Rural Alaska
   Ray Barnhardt
3. Principles of Indigenous Education for Mainstream Teaching
George Ann Gregory
4. Indigenous Knowledge and Pedagogy for Indigenous Children
   Navin Kumar Singh & Jon Reyhner
5. Diné Youth and Identity in Education
Vincent Werito
6. The Kokum Connection: Reclaiming First Nation Education
Larry Steeves, Sheila Carr-Steward & Don Pinay
7. Nourishing the Learning Spirit: Coming To Know and Validating Knowledge:
Foundational Insights on Indian Control of Indian Education in Canada
Jonathan Anuik
8. Exploring the Development of Curriculum Materials for Teaching Mathematics in Lakota
David W. Sanders
9. The Diné Dual Language Professional Development Project
Louise Lockard & Velma Hale
10. Your Stories Will Feed You: An Oral History Unit within a
High School-University Partnership
Christine K. Lemley, Loren Hudson & Mikaela P. Terry
11. Using Historic Photographs To Teach about Navajo History and Culture
Evangeline Parsons Yazzie
The Contributors

 

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