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Stewart-Ambo, Theresa – Journal of Higher Education, 2021
The purpose of this study was to empirically investigate the symbiotic relationship between Native nation-building and higher education in California (CA)--an understudied topic in Indian education. The aim was two-fold: 1) understand how, and whether, educational achievement and nation-building are tied together, and 2) extend current literature…
Descriptors: College Students, American Indian Students, American Indian Education, Capacity Building
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Abdullah, Melissa Ng Lee Yen; Primus, Doreen – Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 2021
The barriers that indigenous students face in pursuing higher education are substantial and far-reaching. This study seeks to understand the impact of institutional support on engagement of "Orang Asli" students and its effects on their learning outcomes and academic achievement. Quantitative data were collected from 160 "Orang…
Descriptors: Barriers, State Universities, Indigenous Populations, Higher Education
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Umbara, Uba; Wahyudin, Wahyudin; Prabawanto, Sufyani – EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 2021
This article discusses Cigugur indigenous communities' custom in carrying out calculation practices to determine the best time to start house construction activities. The realist ethnography approach was used in this study through exploratory research. The ethnomathematics design adopted four elements: generic questions, initial answers, critical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Mathematics Instruction
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Stewart-Ambo, Theresa – American Educational Research Journal, 2021
Wielding degrees of influence within educational organizations, university leaders are critical in determining how institutions enact their espoused missions and support severely marginalized campus communities. How do universities address and improve educational outcomes for the most severely underrepresented communities? This article presents…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, American Indian Education, Public Colleges, Tribes
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Kluttz, Jenalee; Walker, Jude; Walter, Pierre – Studies in the Education of Adults, 2021
The opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline that took place at Standing Rock in North Dakota was the largest gathering of Indigenous Peoples in recent U.S. history. Thousands of people, Indigenous and otherwise, came together from across North America and beyond to protect waters and sacred sites threatened by the construction of the Dakota…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Activism, American Indians, Natural Resources
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Al zahrani, Mona – Journal of Education and Learning, 2021
The article discusses how young females navigate and develop a solid sense of two worlds in order to be perceived a 'good girl' that can be positioned within the society and maintain the female gender identity that is expected of them in the future. One world is where they are expected to show all the attributes of femininity and beauty and the…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Preschool Education, Females, Sex Role
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Zidny, Robby; Solfarina, S.; Aisyah, Ratna Sari Siti; Eilks, Ingo – Education Sciences, 2021
Indigenous science is comprised of the science-related knowledge and associated practices of indigenous cultures. Indigenous science provides rich contexts that can contribute to understanding the relationship of sociocultural life and environmental ethics in certain communities. It can also lead to better reflection upon Western modern views of…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Tribes, Secondary School Science, College Science
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DiMare, Cara – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
Traditionally, care for the environment has always played a role in the Dakota-Lakota way of life, which includes taking care of the air. As a tribal college originally chartered by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Sitting Bull College (SBC) takes seriously its role as an institution guided by Lakota-Dakota culture, values, and language. These…
Descriptors: Tribally Controlled Education, American Indian Education, American Indian Students, Conservation (Environment)
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Denov, Myriam; Shevell, Meaghan C. – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
Given the tragedy of war and genocide, words often cannot adequately capture the complexity of war-related experiences. Researchers are increasingly utilizing the arts to enable multiple forms of expression, as well as for its therapeutic and empowering qualities. This paper outlines the use of the "river of life," an arts-based…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, Homicide, Art Activities
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Rodriguez, Adrian A.; Mallinckrodt, Brent – Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 2021
Interviews with 10 first-year Native American students at a predominately White institution focused on perceptions of risk and protective factors for persistence. Grounded theory analyses suggested a model of mixed resources from two clusters of sources that assist adaptation. Participants generally experienced very high anxiety during the initial…
Descriptors: American Indian Students, College Freshmen, Late Adolescents, Student Adjustment
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Morales, Sarahi; Brashears, Michel T.; Boren-Alpizar, Amy; Meyers, Courtney; Oldewage-Theron, Wilna – Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 2021
Purpose: The objective was to investigate the role of traditional leaders in the implementation of food security projects in South Africa. Design/Methodology: A qualitative, phenomenological approach was used as a research design. A purposive sample of seven individuals was selected representing the community, extension agents, and researchers.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Hunger, Food, Nutrition
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Situmorang, Jubair; Sahman, Abu; Suryanto, Tulus; Gani, Zulfandi – Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 2021
The purpose of this research is to examine the role of positive law and customary law in protecting indigenous peoples' rights to land literation and natural resources and their impact on community welfare. The research method used is normative legal studies. Customary law is focused on the customary law of the Tobaru tribe. The Tobaru tribe is…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Laws, Land Use, Indigenous Populations
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Lebuda, Izabela; Sorokowski, Piotr; Groyecka-Bernard, Agata; Marczak, Michalina; Gajda, Aleksandra; Jankowska, Dorota M.; Karwowski, Maciej – Creativity Research Journal, 2021
This study provides an empirical test of the relationship between creative potential, mating, and reproductive success in a sample using natural methods of fertility control: the Meru tribe living in the regions of Laare and Mutuati in Kenya. The participants (N = 133; 65 females) solved a figural creativity test (the Test of Creative…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Tribes, Creativity, Birth
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Engman, Mel M. – Classroom Discourse, 2021
The growing demand for Indigenous language education in the United States often relies on community teachers with widely varying proficiencies as part of local language reclamation efforts. While these English-dominant 'teacher-learners' play a central role in the success of classroom-based K-12 language programs, their classroom experiences and…
Descriptors: Worksheets, Educational Technology, American Indian Languages, Language Maintenance
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Wall, Stephen – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2020
What does it mean to be a good citizen? In some ways, the answer is simple: participate in government (vote), pay your taxes, don't break the law, and contribute to the economic well-being of the United States. But there is more. The definition of being a good citizen is bound up in society's core cultural values and how those values are practiced…
Descriptors: Tribally Controlled Education, American Indian Education, Cultural Influences, Tribes
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