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Curriculum for American Indian youth

Estelle Fuchs

Curriculum for American Indian youth

by Estelle Fuchs

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Published by ERIC Document Reproduction Service in Bethesda, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education,
  • Indians of North America

  • Edition Notes

    Photoreproduction of typescript.

    StatementEstelle Fuchs
    SeriesNational Study of American Indian Education -- series 4, no. 4, ERIC reports -- ED046 602
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 leaves ;
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26573694M

      Core Principles of the Intersecting Art Curriculum. The belief that American Indian youth and communities contribute greatly to classrooms and to learning. The value of arts education in all classrooms, particularly when thinking and working with diverse communities and cultures. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS Hap Gilliland Developed for the Indian Bilingual Teacher Training Program Eastern Montana College, Billings, Montana, December, INTRODUCTION. Curriculum developed for use in non-Indian schools is seldom appropriate for use with Indian or Eskimo students, without adaptation.

    The National Study of American Indian Education has documented a broad consensus among parents, students, teachers, and influential persons that the most important role of the schools is to prepare Indian students for employment in the dominant economy and for successful lives in the sociocultural mainstream. With occasional exceptions, curriculum for Indian children in both Bureau of Indian. General Resources. Native Knowledge Teaching resources from the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian Everyday Native: Invites teachers and students in grades learn about Native American history and contemporary life Illuminative: Remote learning resources created in partnership with the National Indian Education Association Integrating IEFA into NGSS: This online lesson.

    Reading Native American Literature: United States: Published by the National Council of Teachers of English, _Reading Native American Literature_ is a new book by Bruce Goebel for teachers of high school and college literature classes. It includes ideas for teaching works by writers such as James Welch, Leslie Marmon Silko, Sherman Alexie, and.   (For upper elementary grades and above.) According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Native American population is growing and will continue to grow over the next 50 years. Click here for a "Native Americans in the U.S." Teaching Master that provides students with practice in reading a table that depicts Native American census data


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