Posted to the Ethnos Project by Mark Oppenneer on November 13th, 2013
The book is organised into three sections. The first addresses the link between indigenous knowledge and indigenous language, and explores the opportunities this interconnection provides for understanding and countering declines in both. The second section examines how the loss of indigenous knowledge due to insensitive school programmes may be countered by integrating indigenous knowledge and languages into school curricula. The third section explores the need for the revitalisation of indigenous ways of learning, generally outside of a classroom environment, and how this may be practically viable in modern contexts.
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|eds. Peter Bates, Moe Chiba, Sabine Kube, Douglas Nakashima|
|curriculum • indigenous / traditional knowledge • indigenous language • revitalization|
|Featured • Pub: Book|