Teaching Indigenous Students: Honoring Place, Community, and Culture, paper ed

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Teaching Indigenous Students: Honoring Place, Community, and Culture is the 2015 book written by Jon Reyhner, professor of bilingual and multicultural education in the department of education specialties at Northern Arizona University. This volume contains 10 essays by scholars working to help teachers develop culturally responsive curriculum in a variety of content subjects.

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American Indian Education: A History, paper ed

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Historian and educator present a comprehensive survey of the history of American Indian education in the United States from colonial times to contemporary times. They discuss the various policies and philosophies that missionaries, government officials, and legislators attempted in their efforts to Christianize and indoctrinate Native People in the United States. They discuss boarding schools (residential schools), tribal education, day schools, language education, and higher education efforts. They draw on first-hand accounts from teachers and students who were involved in education.

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Language and Literacy Teaching for Indigenous Education: A Bilingual Approach, paper ed

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Language and Literacy Teaching for Indigenous Education: A Bilingual Approach discusses the importance of Indigenous languages in the classroom for Native students. The authors propose that bilingual education can benefit from all languages children bring to the classroom and that a community's cultural and linguistic resources can make significant contributions to the language and literacy program. The authors bring their practical and academic knowledge of bilingual language education to this volume.

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American Indian Education: A History, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available through GoodMinds.com Historian and educator present a comprehensive survey of the history of American Indian education in the United States from colonial times to contemporary times. They discuss the various policies and philosophies that missionaries, government officials, and legislators attempted in their efforts to Christianize and indoctrinate Native People in the United States. They discuss boarding schools (residential schools), tribal education, day schools, language education, and higher education efforts.

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Teaching American Indian Students, paper ed

$38.92

Teaching American Indian Students is a comprehensive resource book available for educators of Native American students. The promise of this book is that students can improve their academic performance through educational approaches that do not force students to choose between the culture of their home and the culture of their school. This multidisciplinary volume summarizes the latest research on Native American education, provides practical suggestions for teachers, and offers a vast selection of resources available to teachers of Native American students.

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