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Countering Prejudice against American Indians and Alaska Natives through Antibias Curriculum and Instruction. ERIC Digest

Teaching from an antibias perspective means going beyond conventional multicultural education and introducing students to a working concept of diversity that challenges social stereotypes and discrimination. This digest describes current inadequacies in teaching about Native Americans, suggests ways to avoid common pitfalls, and provides guidelines for detecting anti-Indian bias in instructional materials.

  • Author/Creator: Almeida, Deirdre A. Corp Author Eric Clearinghouse on Rural Education, Small Schools, Charleston W. V.
  • Author's address: ERIC/CRESS, P.O. Box 1348, Charleston, WV 25325-1348 (free).
  • Date Published: 10-00
  • Year: 1996

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