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First Nations, Métis and Inuit Contexts in Education
Treaty Education K-12
Teaching First Nations, Métis and Inuit Languages
Perspectives PNMI en éducation
Berry, J. W. (1999). Aboriginal Cultural Identity. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 19(1), 1-36.
Blackstock, Cindy. (2011). The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on First Nations Child Welfare: Why If Canada Wins, Equality and Justice Lose. Children & Youth Services Review, 33(1), 187-194.
Blood, N. & Chambers, C. (2009). Love Thy Neighbour: Repatriating Precarious Blackfoot Sites. International Journal of Canadian Studies, 39-40, 253-279.
Bouvier, V. (2012). Invoking accountability and documentation through "All My Relations". Social Studies Council of Alberta, 2(1), 21-24.
Carr-Stewart, S. (2001). A Treaty Right to Education. Canadian Journal of Education 26(2), 125-143.
Cordero, C. (1995). A working and evolving definition of culture. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 21, 28-42. see link in eClass
Donald, D. (2004). Edmonton Pentimento: Re-Reading History in the Case of the Papaschase Cree. Journal of Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies, 2(1).
Gorski, P. (2007) Rethinking the Role of “Culture” in Educational Equity: From Cultural Competence to Equity Literacy
Hampton, E. & St. Denis, V. (2002). Literature Review on Racism and the Effects on Aboriginal Education. Prepared for Minister’s National Working Group on Education, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Ottawa, Ontario.
Hampton, E. (1995). Towards a redefinition of Indian education. In M. Battiste & J. Barman (Eds.) First Nations education in Canada: The circle unfolds (pp. 5-46). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Hermes, M. (2000). The scientific method, Nintendo, and Eagle feathers:Rethinking the meaning of “culture-based” curriculum at an Ojibwe tribal school. International journal of qualitative studies in education, 13(4), 387-400.
Jardine, G. (2012). An Invitation to Explore the Roots of Current Aboriginal/Non-Aboriginal Relations in Canada. Social Studies Council of Alberta, 2(1), 25-37.
King, B. (2001). Learning from Discomfort: A letter to my Daughters. In James, C., & Shadd, A. L. (Eds.) Talking about identity: encounters in race, ethnicity, and language. Toronto.
Lawrence, B. (2003). Gender, Race, and the Regulation of Native Identity in Canada and the United States: An Overview. Hypatia, 18(2), 3-31.
Marker, M. (2006). After the Makah whale hunt - Indigenous knowledge and limits to multicultural discourse. Urban Education, 41(5), 482-505.
McCarty, T. L. (2003). Revitalising Indigenous Languages in Homogenizing Times. Comparative Education, 39(2), 147–163.
McIntosh, P. (1990). Unpacking the knapsack of White privilege. Independent School, 49(2), 31-36.
McLeod, N. (1999). Rethinking Treaty Six in the Spirit of Mistahi Maskwa (Big Bear). Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 19, 69-89.
Michell, J. (2011). Working with ELDERS AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS: A Reader and Guide for Places of Higher Learning.
Milloy, John S. (1999). A National Crime: The Canadian government and the residential school system, 1879-1986. Winnipeg: The University of Manitoba Press.
Mitchell, C., & Weber, S. (2005). Just who do we think we are…and how do we know this?: Re-visioning pedagogical spaces for studying our teaching selves. In Mitchell, C., Weber, S., & O’Reilly-Scanlon, K. (Eds.), Just who do we think we are? Methodolo Cha
Reyhner, J. (2010). Indigenous Language Immersion Schools for Strong Indigenous Identities. Heritage Language Journal, 7(2), 138-152
Schissel, B. & Wotherspoon, T. (2003). The Legacy of School for Aboriginal People. Ontario: Oxford University Press.
Shultz, L., Kelly, J., & Weber-Pillwax, C. (2009). The Location of Knowledge: A Conversation With the Editors on Knowledge, Experience, and Place. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 55(3).
Sinclair, R. (2007). Identity Lost and Found: Lessons From the Sixties Scoop. First Peoples Child & Family Review, 3(1), 65-82
Sleeter, C. How white teachers construct race. In McCarthy, C. (Ed.) Race, Identity, and Representation in Education. New York, NY: Routledge.
St. Denis, V. (2007). Aboriginal Education and Anti-Racist Education: Building Alliances Across Cultural and Racial Identity. Canadian Journal of Education, 30(4), 1068-1092.
St. Denis, V. (2011). Silencing Aboriginal curricular content and perspectives through multiculturalism: “There are other children here”. In Education, pedagogy, and cultural studies. (pp. 306-317). New York: Routledge.
Steinhauer, E. (2007). The off-reserve schooling experience: Findings. In Parental school choice in First Nations Communities: Is there really a choice? (pp. 103-159).
Steinhauer, E. (2007). The significance of relationality, parental involvement and Native teachers. In Parental school choice in First Nations Communities: Is there really a choice? (pp. 199- 246).
Steinhauer, E. L. (2007). Parental School Choice in First Nations Communities: Is There Really a Choice?
Taylor, J. (1995). Non-Native teachers teaching in Native communities. In M. Battiste & J. Barman (Eds.) First Nations education in Canada: The circle unfolds (pp. 224-244). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Taylor, J. L. (1999). Two views on the meaning of Treaties Six and Seven. In R. Price (Ed.). The Spirit of the Alberta Indian Treaties. Edmonton; University of Alberta Press, pp. 9-4
Thomas, B. (2001). Learning from discomfort: A letter to my daughters. In C. James & A. L. Shadd (Eds.). Talking about identity: Encounters in race, ethnicity, and language, (pp. 193-211). Toronto, ON: Between the Lines.
Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action
Weber-Pillwax, C. (2003). Identity Formation and Consciousness With Reference to Northern Alberta Cree and Metis Indigenous Peoples. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Alberta: Edmonton, AB. Specific chapters to be announced in class
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