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Burm, Sarah; Burleigh, Dawn – Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 2022
As settler women, former teachers in First Nation communities, and scholars working in Indigenous education, we are responsible for engaging in the complexities of reconciliation through an allyship framework. In this article, we use duoethnography to critically engage in dialogue around the practice of allyship. In revisiting formative moments in…
Descriptors: Ethnography, American Indian Education, White Teachers, Social Justice
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Locklear, Tiffany M.; Hunt, Frances D. – Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership, 2021
Using an interpretive analysis of digital storytelling, we advance the conversation on ways Indian communities can rethink educational design. From an ethnohistorical context, we interrupt traditional pedagogy to grant voice and perspective to the Indigenous community. In this paper, we blend constructivism and personal digital stories to bring…
Descriptors: American Indian Education, Story Telling, Constructivism (Learning), Instructional Design
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Johnson, Caitline A.; Parisien, Tyler J. – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
As a result of historical trauma, it is an important step for Indigenous communities to take control of the research taking place with Indigenous populations. This is imperative due to the historical dehumanization of Native American people. Decolonizing research happens when researchers work together to foster the idea that they are with…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Tribally Controlled Education, Minority Serving Institutions, American Indian Education
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Friskics, Scott; McClain, Elizabeth – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
After serving more than 20 years as president of Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) in Montana, President Carole Falcon-Chandler leaves behind a long list of accomplishments, a legacy of compassionate and visionary leadership. This article examines President Falcon-Chandler's life and contributions to the college and that of her successor, Dr. Sean…
Descriptors: College Administration, College Presidents, Community Colleges, Tribally Controlled Education
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Weber-Pillwax, Cora – International Journal of Lifelong Education, 2021
Through the voice of a Metis educator, this work addresses the foundations of an Indigenous lifelong education. Lived experiences connect with unfolding personal narrative to demonstrate the ancient flow of Indigenous knowledge, and the continuity and expression of Indigenous being. The narratives implicitly references connections and…
Descriptors: Canada Natives, Foreign Countries, Indigenous Knowledge, Lifelong Learning
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McCarty, Teresa L.; Brayboy, Bryan McKinley Jones – Educational Forum, 2021
We examine culturally relevant/responsive pedagogy (CRP) and its extensions--culturally based and culturally sustaining and revitalizing pedagogy--focusing on Native American/Indigenous education. Teasing out the roots of these pedagogies in Indigenous education systems, we follow their "footprints" in contemporary education practices.…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, American Indian Students, Indigenous Populations, American Indian Education
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Cajete, Gregory – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2020
The application of appropriate forms of Native science, culturally responsive education, and creative strategizing in the teaching and learning of science enhances the participation of Native American students. The fact that science is presented in most American schools entirely from the Western cultural perspective can create very real…
Descriptors: American Indian Education, Culturally Relevant Education, Science Education, American Indian Students
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Tanchuk, Nicolas; Rocha, Tomas; Kruse, Marc – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
The concept of privilege is widely used in social justice education to denote unearned advantages accrued by members of dominant groups through the oppression of subordinate groups. In this conceptual essay, Nicolas Tanchuk, Tomas Rocha, and Marc Kruse argue that an atomistic conception of advantage implicit in the discourse of privilege supports…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Multicultural Education, African American Education, American Indian Education
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Howell, Lisa; Ng-A-Fook, Nicholas – Canadian Journal of Education, 2022
On March 7, 2017, Canadian Senator Lynn Beyak stood up in the Red Chamber and delivered a lengthy speech urging Canadians to recognise the positive aspects of the Indian Residential Schooling system that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission had failed to acknowledge. In their positions as settler teacher educators, the authors examine how…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Racial Bias, Residential Schools
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Youngbull, Natalie Rose – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2021
This article explores how leadership education and program development is centered on the needs of students, local tribal communities, and institutional charter within the Tribal College and University (TCU) context. Two leadership-based academic programs at two respective TCUs are discussed through the lens of a culturally appropriate framework…
Descriptors: Tribally Controlled Education, American Indian Education, Minority Serving Institutions, Student Needs
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Washington, Shaneé Adrienne – Teachers College Record, 2021
Background/Context: Indigenous communities of the "Americas" have a long history of exercising sovereignty over and self-determination in the education of their children that predates colonial invasion. This was disrupted by the advent of colonial education and its assimilationist aims, and Indigenous communities have been in an ongoing…
Descriptors: American Indians, Culturally Relevant Education, Equal Education, School Districts
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Minthorn, Robin Starr Zape-tah-hol-ah – Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 2020
In this case, readers will learn how the University of New Mexico educational leadership program intentionally created a doctoral cohort that is Indigenous based and focused that included Indigenous and tribal community narrative and feedback in its development. The NALE doctoral cohort program included these same communities as sites for…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Leadership Training, Educational Administration, Instructional Leadership
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Stabler, Albert – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2021
Sentimentalism as a genre is known for its association with melodramatic 19th-century novels, such as Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" or Alcott's "Little Women." But, as a cultural tendency, sentimentalism can be found in a range of 19th- and 20th-century cultural, social, and political phenomena, with philanthropic and educational…
Descriptors: Art Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Photography, Visual Aids
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Krueger, Justin – Multicultural Perspectives, 2021
Dominant discourses in U.S. History are typically engaged through a settler-colonial framework. Informed by the ubiquity of commercial presentations, cultural tropes, and caricatures--movies, consumer products, and names--the "presentation" of Native Americans tend to focus on incomplete representations that are cast in the past. This…
Descriptors: American Indian Education, Critical Theory, Race, American Indian Students
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Barkaskas, Patricia; Gladwin, Derek – Journal of Teaching and Learning, 2021
This article focuses on pedagogical talking circles as a practice of decolonizing and Indigenizing education. Based upon Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission's (TRC) Calls to Action and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), non-Indigenous educators have a responsibility, while Indigenous educators…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Communities of Practice, Canada Natives, American Indian Education
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