Previous Chapter Chapter 15: Learning from Indigenous Education

Wanda Cassidy & Ann Chinnery

In: Making Schools Different: Alternative Approaches to Educating Young People

Chapter 15: Learning from Indigenous Education

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Learning from Indigenous Education
Learning from indigenous education

We have much to learn from Aboriginal and other indigenous peoples about doing school differently. In this chapter we focus on three features of indigenous education — relationship, respect and responsibility — and consider the implications of those features in light of the overarching themes of the book: identity, pedagogy, and place and time. The chapter:

As we have seen in the preceding chapters, most current models of schooling are not structured to meet the needs ...

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