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Coming full circle : non-Aboriginal teachers' narratives of their engagement in urban Aboriginal education
Current Aboriginal researchers address how Eurocentrism construsts and reinforces a set of normative and oppressive "educational" values that do not recognize or include Indigenous epistemologies. A few studies are emerging ...
The significance of the land in the education and health of Anishinaabe youth from Pic River First Nation
This study shares the experiences of twenty-one Anishinabek youth from Pic River First Nation, Ontario, Canada in relation to how the Land is significant for their education and good health. This thesis is meant as a small ...
Trickster chases the tale of education
The research story is a narrative woven of [the author's] own self reflections, the voice of the co-researchers, and traditional Mi'kmaw story characters. The story follows a group of community members from Wildcat First ...