The stories and research that comprise this volume point to an exciting new direction in culturally responsive Indigenous researchers. The authors weave together stories, research, experiences, curricular initiatives with notions of sustainability of people, culture, and place which is underpinned with Indigenous-inspired thought and reflection. As such, it both challenges and refreshes more traditional approaches and thoughts regarding science teaching and curricular design. This volume will be a pleasure to read, and an exciting piece to contemplate in terms of the potential new directions for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, teachers and communities as we collectively face the environmental, social and cultural challenges of the 21st century.
The story of a numerical system nearly consigned to oblivion.