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Iroquois Corn in a Culture-Based Curriculum: A Framework for Respectfully Teaching about Cultures. SUNY Series, the Social Context of Education
This book offers a new culture-based framework that provides a way to research and develop curricula based on respect for diverse cultures. The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) culture is used as an example to examine the reasons for prevailing stereotypes about American Indians and to explain how those stereotypes became the standard curriculum taught in America.
Author/Creator: Cornelius, Carol
Author's address: State University of New York Press, c/o CUP Services, P.O. Box 6525, Ithaca NY 14851; Tel: 800-666-2211 (Toll Free) (clothbound: ISBN-0-7914-4027-3, $65.00; paperback: ISBN-0-7914-4028-1, $21.95).
Date Published: 00-00
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