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ERIC Number: ED338448
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1986-Jul
Pages: 146
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Selected Papers from the Mokakit Conference "Establishing Pathways to Excellence in Indian Education" (1st, Ontario, Canada, July 25-27, 1984).
McCue, Harvey A., Ed.
This volume contains 11 selected papers from the first Mokakit conference on Indian education in Canada. Mokakit, a Blackfoot word meaning "to strive for wisdom," was selected as the name of the sponsoring organization, which promotes the participation of Indians at all levels of educational research. Papers include: (1) "Locally Developed Native Studies Curriculum: An Historical and Philosophical Rationale" (J. Archibald); (2) "Teachers' Attitudes toward the Oral English of Indigenous Children in Saskatchewan and Queensland" (H. Blair); (3) "1981 Census Perspective Planning for Native Language Programs" (B. Burnaby); (4) "Research on Indian Intelligence Testing: Review and Prospects" (R. Chrisjohn and C. Lanigan); (5) "'Silence Won't Get You Anywhere'" (M. Dielman); (6) "Native Indian Education and Clinical Supervision" (R. Este); (7) "Indian Control of Indian Education: Over a Decade Later" (V. Kirkness); (8) "Testing, Assessment Research, and Increased Control by Native Communities" (D. McShane); (9) "Quality of Education of Native Indian Students in Canada" (A. More); (10) "The Relationship between Academic Achievement and Teacher Expectations of Native Children in a Northern Manitoba Community School" (W. Rampaul, M. Singh, and J. Didyk); and (11) "The Mt. Currie Indian Community School: Innovation and Endurance" (J. Wyatt-Benyon). (SV)
Mokakit Education Research Association, Faculty of Education, the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z4, Canada.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Mokakit Indian Education Research Association, Vancouver (British Columbia).
Identifiers: Canada; Tribally Controlled Education; Tribally Controlled Schools