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Exploring Indigenous Pedagogies: Why Is This Knowledge Important to Today's Educators?

Recent educational literature reveals a growing interest in understanding the educational needs of learners from other cultures and a growing awareness that instructional methods to help learners from nonwhite cultures should be anchored to indigenous ethnographic research. Western educators must holistically and comparatively understand not only indigenous cultural psychologies, but also how other cultures view the self.

  • Author/Creator: Posey, Joanna D.
  • Author's address: J. D. Posey/Legacy of Light, 423 W. 750 North, Orem, UT 84057 ($10; $60 per bundle of 10 copies, postage paid).
  • Date Published: 00-00
  • Year: 1998

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