Indigenous Knowledge And Education Sites Of Struggle Strength And Survivance Pdf

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Indigenous Innovations in Higher Education pp Cite as. Young Indigenous people have the abilities and tools necessary to be contributing, productive members of their communities. However, opportunities to participate in home-based realities have been hijacked by a compulsory education system that is insensitive to, and does not value, their rich cultural heritage, a form of cognition colonization. As an intervention response to this crisis, this chapter explores the benefits of engaging youth in sustainable protection, preservation, and promotion of their lands and waters and through the nurturing and practicing of respectful relationships with co-inhabitants of the natural environments that are integral to culture, which can be referred to as ecological survivance. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

For historically marginalized groups that continue to experience and struggle against hegemony and deculturalization, education is typically accompanied by suspicion of, critique of, and resistance to imposed modes, systems, and thought forms. Deculturalization projects are fueled and framed by two broad, far-reaching impulses. The first impulse is characterized by the denial, deemphasis, dismissal, and attempted destruction of indigenous knowledge and methods by dominant groups across space and time. The second impulse is the effort by marginalized groups to recover, reclaim, and recenter ways of knowing, perceiving, creating, and utilizing indigenous knowledge, methods, symbols, and epistemologies. Deculturalization projects in education persist across various global contexts, as do struggles by global actors to reclaim their histories, affirm their humanity, and reinscribe indigenous ways of being, seeing, and flourishing within diverse educational and cultural contexts.

Inductive analyses of focus group data identified themes related to living and teaching in northern rural communities. Additionally, participants talked about the expectation that their role extended beyond the classroom to reciprocate with support for their community. Journal of Teacher Education and Educators. Year , Volume 7 , Issue 3, Pages - Zotero Mendeley EndNote.

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Du kanske gillar. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Indigenous Knowledge is resiliently local in character and thus poses a distinct contrast to the international, more impersonal system of knowledge prevalent in Western educational institutions.

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Venegas, eds. This book offers a compilation of essays from the academic journal the Harvard Educational Review that address ideas and applications of Indigenous knowledge and education. The essays span from to with a concentration in more recent years. The book is organized into three sections that thematically discuss Indigenous educational struggles, strengths, and survivance. This is a timely, significant book for understanding Indigenous knowledge contextually across the world. As I read each essay I became exceedingly interested in the particular contexts of the selected sites; moreover, I became interested in how they connected to one another.

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