ERIC Number: ED125817
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Aug
Reference Count: N/A
Sharing Ideas. Southeast Alaska Cultures: Teaching Ideas and Resource Information.
Hinckley, Kay, Comp.; Kleinert, Jean, Comp.
The product of two 1975 workshops held in Southeastern Alaska (Fairbanks and Sitka), this publication presents the following: (1) papers (written by the educators in attendance at the workshops) which address education methods and concepts relevant to the culture of Southeastern Alaska ("Tlingit Sea Lion Parable"; "Using Local Knowledge in Teaching"; "Reflecting Native Culture and Community Resources in the Science Curriculum"; "Teaching Third Grade in Sitka"; "Cross-Cultural Studies in the Craig Schools"; "Teaching Tlingit Language"; "Using Local Culture and Community Resources"; "Uses of Crafts and Artifacts in Classroom Motivational Techniques"; "Ways Community Resources and Information Are Reflected in the Curriculum"; "Using Local Resources"; "An Alternative High School";"Alaska Native Studies Program"; "The Flora and Fauna of Baranof Island"; "Implementing Native Culture into Home Economics"; "Adapting the Daily Curriculum to Reflect the Local Community"; "Humanities Program"; "A Southeast Alaska Indian Culture Unit"); (2) ideas and strategies for teaching students of Southeastern Alaska (a summary of ideas coming out of the conference including some practical activities); (3) materials and information sources (films; museum kits; periodicals; student/community publications; other teaching aids; bilingual material sources; funding sources). (JC)
Descriptors: Activities, Alaska Natives, Bilingual Education, Community Resources, Cultural Awareness, Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Films, Financial Support, Information Sources, Instructional Materials, Motivation Techniques, Nontraditional Education, Periodicals, Publications, Resource Materials, Teaching Methods
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Alaska Univ., Fairbanks. Center for Northern Educational Research.
Identifiers - Location: Alaska