Collected Wisdom: American Indian Education
How do cultural differences andreal-world issues affect the education of students, in this case, AmericanIndian students? What approaches have real teachers found that work well withAmerican Indian students? This books answers these and more thoughtfulquestions about teaching in today's diverse school communities. KEYTOPICS: This book captures the collected wisdom of nearly 60 teachers ofAmerican Indian students, their frustrations, joys, and challenges. It providesin a very real way, a portrait of the issues that challenge these students, aswell as the successes some teachers have in working with American Indianstudents. It provides new and fresh perspectives on learning styles andliteracy issues. It is also the first book to confront issues of historicoppression and its impact on contemporary Indian education. Newand practicing teachers seeking to enhance their awareness and teaching methodsto meet the needs of today's diverse classrooms.
Specifications of Collected Wisdom: American Indian Education
|Author||Linda Miller Cleary, Thomas D. Peacock|
|Number Of Pages||286|
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