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American Indian educators in reservation schools

Auteur: Terry E Huffman
Uitgever: Reno : University of Nevada Press, ©2013.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Discusses how American Indian educators define their roles and judge their achievements. He examines the ways they address the complex issues of cultural identity that affect their students and themselves and how they cope with the pressures of teaching disadvantaged students while meeting the requirements for reservation schools. Includes personal accounts and candid comments about their choice of profession; their  Meer lezen...
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Terry E Huffman
ISBN: 9780874179071 0874179076 0874179084 9780874179088
OCLC-nummer: 812531094
Beschrijving: xi, 178 pages ; 25 cm
Inhoud: Hope for a better tomorrow: affinitive educators and facilitative educators --
Every reason to succeed: characteristics of the educators --
Challenges are every day: prevailing challenges facing the educators --
If I made a difference for one: intrinsic rewards serving reservation students --
Not every child is the same: reservation schools in the era of No child left behind --
Spread like wildfire: importance of American Indian educators --
You have to know the culture: cultural identity and tribal cultural education.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Terry Huffman.

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An important study of the work of Native American teachers in reservation communities  Meer lezen...

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"To my knowledge, no one has tackled this subject to the depth that Huffman has done. I consider this book an immense contribution to the sociology of education and to American Indian studies." Meer lezen...

 
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