ERIC Number: ED420791
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Reflecting Visions. New Perspectives on Adult Education for Indigenous Peoples.
King, Linda, Ed.
This book contains 14 papers: "Indigenous Peoples and Adult Education: A Growing Challenge" (Rodolfo Stavenhagen); "Indigenous Peoples: Progress in the International Recognition of Human Rights and the Role of Education" (Julian Burger); "Adult Learning in the Context of Indigenous Societies" (Linda King); "Linguistic Rights and the Role of Indigenous Languages in Adult Education" (Utta von Gleich); "Youth and Adult Education and Literacy for Indigenous Peoples in Latin America: Guatemala, Honduras, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia" (Teresa Valiente Catter); "The Educational Reality of the Indigenous Peoples of the Mesoamerican Region" (Vilma Duque); "Multiculturalism and Adult Education: The Case of Chile" (Francisco Vergara E.); "Anangu Teacher Education: An Integrated Adult Education Programme" (Mary Ann Bin-Sallik, Nan Smibert); "Inuit Experiences in Education and Training Projects" (Kevin Knight); "Adult Education among Indigenous Peoples in Ecuador" (Pedro Humberto Ushina S.); "Indigenous Reflections on Education: The Mixes and Triquis of Mexico: Our Experience in Popular Education" (Sofia Robles Hernandez); "A Personal Critique of Adult Education" (Fausto Sandoval Cruz); "Capacity Building: Lessons from the Literacy Campaign of the Assembly of the Guarani People of Bolivia" (Luis Enrique Lopez); "Development, Power and Identity: The Challenge of Indigenous Education" (Nicholas Faraclas); "The Saami Experience: Changing Structures for Learning" (Jan Henry Keskitalo); and "Tiaki Nga Taonga o Nga Tupuna: Valuing the Treasures. Towards a Global Framework for Indigenous People" (Nora Rameka, Michael Law). Appended are the Huaxyacac (Oaxaca) Declaration on Adult Education for Indigenous Peoples and a note on the book's contributors. (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Learning, Adult Literacy, Adult Students, Case Studies, Civil Liberties, Cultural Differences, Educational Attitudes, Educational Needs, Educational Practices, Educational Strategies, Educational Trends, Eskimos, Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Indigenous Populations, Integrated Curriculum, International Cooperation, Literacy Education, Models, Multicultural Education, National Programs, Needs Assessment, Non English Speaking, Nonformal Education, Popular Education, Public Policy, Student Attitudes, Teacher Education, Trend Analysis, Youth Programs
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Hamburg (Germany). Inst. for Education.
Note: Papers from a seminar, "New Perspectives on Adult Education for Indigenous Peoples" (Oaxaca, Mexico, January 1997).