Indigenous intellectuals have created a book with hands-on suggestions and activities to enable Indigenous communities to decolonize themselves.This book covers a wide range of topics including Indigenous governance,education,language,oral tradition,repatriation,images and stereotypes,diets, and truth-telling.It aims to facilitate critical thinking while fostering community discussions and plans for meaningful change.(Native American Studies)
Indigenous Teaching Bibliography
Based on interviews with 120 American Indian, Alaska Native, and First Nations youth, this book explores the situations faced by todays youth. Looking at thechoices madeand theirconsequences on self, family and community students and teachers have the opportunity to evaluate their own decision making process through questions and talking points at the end of each chapter.
Strategies for Classroom management by avoiding power struggles and encouraging student responsibility. One of the most practical such books ever written, and also one of the few in-services i ever attended as a teacher that had real value.
The expanded version of the book that introduced a startling new view of Columbus. Contains many new articles and resources for teaching about the man who began the invasion of North America in 1492. Encourages students to really learn from history by questioning and investigating, rather thanby passively absorbing other points of view.
A culturally -based curriculum with activities for experiential/outdoor education. “Fun,practical approaches for linking youth, elders, communities and nature”.
Activity-oriented , experiential curriculum that focuses on introducing young children to Native Americans. Contains lots of advice and ideas for including authentic learning experiences about Native Americans in your overall curriculum.
This comprehensive Indigenous Women’s Health book explores the life journey from our first moon to menopause and beyond,including Reproductive Rights, Environmental Health, Traditional Herbs and Remedies.
The educational philosophies of fifteen educators from North America, Hawaii and New Zealand, centered around language and culturally-based pedagogy.
This curriculum contains 24 units:8 Science, 8 Social Studies and 8 Language Arts, that are aligned to the corresponding standards and can be integrated or multidisciplinary.Basically, it contains the ingredients necessary for a school to develop its own culturally-based curriculum.