part of the Education Reform Networks
Native American Perspectives
On the Fajada Butte in New Mexico, 11th-century Anasazi constructed a site that marks the high and low points of the orbits of the sun and the moon. This unit on astronomy challenges students to think differently about the moon and about the ability of native people to understand the natural world. Includes resources for further study. (PVD)
Author/Creator: Smith, Walter S.
Date Published: Mar
Journal/Secondary Title: Science Teacher
This resource is cataloged under:
More like this one