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Anderson, James G. – 1969
The origins of attitudes and instructional practices among teachers of Mexican American children were explored by means of a questionnaire developed to elicit information from teachers regarding their academic background, experience, career aspirations, and instructional practices, and their attitudes toward students, parents, and special programs…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged Youth, Mathematics Teachers, Mexican Americans, Minority Group Teachers
New Mexico Univ., Albuquerque. Coll. of Education. – 1979
Items in the largely annotated, March 1979 bibliography are examples of American Indian resources housed at the American Indian Bilingual Education Center (AIBEC) Materials Bank and are included in the bibliography solely for their educational and historical value. The resources are appropriate for professional research and as supplementary…
Descriptors: American Indian Education, American Indians, Annotated Bibliographies, Audiovisual Aids
Spolsky, Bernard – 1974
Bilingual education programs have been established in such Native American languages as Aleut, Yupik, Tlingit, Haida, Athabaskan, Cherokee, Lakota, Navajo, Papago, Pomo, Passamaquoddy, Seminole, Tewa, and Zuni. These programs include the: Choctaw Bilingual Education Program, Northern Cheyenne Bilingual Education Program, Lakota Bilingual Education…
Descriptors: Alaska Natives, American Indian Languages, American Indians, Bilingual Education
New Mexico Univ., Albuquerque. Navajo Reading Study. – 1974
During the 1974 spring semester, the Sanostee-Toadlena Title VII Bilingual Education Project focused on "how and what to teach Navajo children". The on-site program included courses in human and growth development, classroom learning, production of materials, social studies, science methods, mathematics methods, developmental reading,…
Descriptors: American Indian Reservations, American Indians, Bilingual Education, Creativity
Kugler, Edgar M.
Prior to the implementation of a career education program, a career aspirations survey was conducted in one New Mexican community. The sample population included first and second generation Mexican-American secondary school students. A six-item questionnaire was administered to 720 students from one junior and one senior high school. The results…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Career Education, Economically Disadvantaged, Junior High Schools
Willey, Darrell S. – 1966
This report of an Institute for inservice training of teachers and other school personnel to accelerate the acceptance of Indian, Negro, and Spanish-speaking pupils in the Southwest involved 40 participants consisting of elementary and secondary teachers and principals, special education teachers, and guidance personnel selected from 35 schools…
Descriptors: American Indian Culture, American Indians, Black Culture, Black History
Harris, Mary B. – 1970
To investigate the effect of modeling on altruism, 156 third and fifth grade children were exposed to a model who either shared with them, gave to a charity, or refused to share. The test apparatus, identified as a game, consisted of a box with signal lights and a chute through which marbles were dispensed. Subjects and the model played the game…
Descriptors: Age Differences, Altruism, Grade 3, Grade 5
Sachs, David A.; And Others – 1971
Learning sets programs were administered to preschool deaf children from a variety of representative educational programs throughout the southwest to improve their visual perception skills. The concept of learning sets was described as progression from trial-and-error learning to immediate problem solving by insight. The project consisted of six…
Descriptors: Exceptional Child Research, Hearing Impairments, Learning Processes, Preschool Children
Klein, Robert A. – 1973
Language as an identifiable cognitive behavior must be studied in relation to identity and memory, all of whose structures undergo progressive changes as the child develops. The organization of the development of the organism depends upon relatively ordered structures of growth, following foreseeable pathways or creodes. The processes occurring…
Descriptors: Abstract Reasoning, Child Development, Cognitive Development, Language Acquisition
Kari, James; Spolsky, Bernard – 1973
This report discusses trends in the study of Athapaskan, concentrating on language maintenance and bilingualism. It presents both the potential richness and the actual poverty of studies of sociolinguistic aspects of the Athapaskan languages. Noted are two trends--(1) There is a greater interest among linguists in the studies of language in use:…
Descriptors: American Indian Languages, Bilingual Education, Bilingualism, Language Enrichment
Pleyte, Parrie S.; Kohl, Bruce R. – 1972
This report is part of a 10-city national study of revenues and expenditures shared by a local government. The purpose of the study is to project operating revenues and expenditures of the Albuquerque public schools through 1975. The revenue projection includes all sources and uses various methods for estimating Federal, State, and local revenue.…
Descriptors: Budgets, Cost Estimates, Costs, Educational Finance
Greene, Joel E. – 1965
The present short narrative report is a sequel to the more extensive introductory progress report of 1963-1964 (RC 003 073). Emphasis is placed on the increased number of case referrals and on better communication channels evidenced within the program. The inservice program with the dormitory counselors is shown to have been successful but greatly…
Descriptors: Adjustment Counselors, Adjustment (to Environment), Agency Cooperation, American Indians
Koehne, Fred W.; Wilson, Stephany S. – 1972
Seminars conducted for 90 officers were evaluated by personal observation of the seminars in progress and by a comparison of seminar participants and nonparticipants. The evaluation revealed that the initial strong impact of the seminars tended to dissipate rather quickly over time. Other major findings were that seminar participants tended to…
Descriptors: Attitudes, Crime, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Influences
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Kari, James – 1973
Over the years the Navajo language has received more attention than any other American Indian language. The grammatical work represents all traditions in American Indian linguistic research, from the earliest descriptivism to the latest generative grammar. In addition, there exists a large amount of material written in Navajo and a plethora of…
Descriptors: American Indian Languages, Athapascan Languages, Bibliographies, Bilingual Education
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Spolsky, Bernard; And Others – 1974
The model attempts to map all relevant factors onto a single integrated structure and to suggest some of the interaction lines. Based on a hexagonal figure, each side represents a set of factors which may have a bearing on, or be affected by, the bilingual program's operation in a particular situation--psychological, sociological, economic,…
Descriptors: American Indians, Bilingual Education, Community Involvement, Cultural Influences
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