Promote Respect and Understanding between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People’s Knowledge Systems.
The [Re]-Grounding of Modern Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) via World-Wide Traditional Knowledge Systems.
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The principles of empowerment through a new expression of Indigenous education are facilitated by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people recognizing the hidden oppression and uneven
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,