Teacher Education Series: Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education by Nicole BellTeacher Education Series: Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education by Nicole Bell

Teacher Education Series: Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education

byNicole Bell, Terrylynn Brant

Paperback | May 22, 2014

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Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education provides teacher candidates and in-service teachers with relevant information to help them integrate Aboriginal, First Nations, Metis, and Inuit content, customs, and traditions into the classroom, providing students with a broader perspective of Canada and its population. Teachers need to be creative, dynamic and sensitive when developing teaching approaches and programs on this topic, and the underlying purpose of this module is to extend the skills and knowledge of teachers in the teaching of Aboriginal children and the teaching about Aboriginal people.

Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education is available as part of the Pearson Teacher Education Series. The Teacher Education Series features modules authored by leaders in the field of education on hot and timely topics. Each module includes three parts: theory, practical application, and case studies.
Nicole Bell is Anishnaabe from Kitigan Zibi First Nation in Quebec and is from the Bear Clan. Nicole has an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies, and a Bachelor of Education Degree with an Ontario Teaching Certificate for the junior/intermediate divisions. She has a Master of Education degree from Queen’s University and a Do...
Title:Teacher Education Series: Culturally Relevant Aboriginal EducationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:56 pages, 11 × 8.25 × 0.15 inPublished:May 22, 2014Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0133865266

ISBN - 13:9780133865264

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Table of Contents

List of Contents
Table of Contents
About the Teacher Education Series
About the Authors
Learning Objectives

Part 1 — Conceptual Overview
  • Traditional Aboriginal Education
  • Rational for Addressing Aboriginal Education Needs
  • Creating Aboriginal Culturally Inclusive Educational Spaces Implications for Practice
  • Answering the Question: “Who Am I?”
    • Stages of Infusion of Aboriginal Knowledge and Pedagogy
    • Culture-Based Education as Transformative Educational Praxis
    • The Land as Receptacle of World View
    • Storytelling and Aboriginal Pedagogy
    • Identifying and Dealing with Bias in Materials
    • Best Practices for Effective Aboriginal Curriculum and Pedagogy Part 2 Practical Applications
      • Colonization and Effects
      • Supporting Material About “Ethnostress”
      • Media Literary Activities
      • Oral History Activities
      • Taking Action Activities Part 3 Case Studies Case Study 1 Whose Knowledge?
        Case Study 2 Identity
        Case Study 3 Learning to Respond to Insensitive Media Coverage
        Case Study 4 Handling Name Calling