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Vol 36, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents


Opening the Circle: Welcoming Brother Sun PDF
Sandra Styres, Dawn Zinga 1-3
Coming Full Circle: Looking to Grandmother Moon PDF
Dawn Zinga, Sandra Styres 313-317
Closing Editorial PDF
Carla L. DiGiorgio 318-319


Building on Conceptual Interpretations of Aboriginal literacy in Anishinaabe Research: A Turtle Shaker Model PDF
Brent Debassige 4-33
Toward a Pedagogy of Land: The Urban Context PDF
Sandra Styres, Celia Haig-Brown, Melissa Blimkie 34-67
Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Mushkegowuk Ways of Knowing PDF
Jean-Paul Restoule, Sheila Gruner, Edmund Metatawabin 68-86
Situating Nunavut Education with Indigenous Education in Canada PDF
Heather Elizabeth McGregor 87-118
Exchanges between Two Rivers: Possibilities for Teaching Writing in the Northwest Territories PDF
Susan Jane Catlin 119-143
Living Alongside: Teacher Educator Experiences Working in a Community-Based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program PDF
Julian Kitchen, John Hodson 144-174
Integrating Aboriginal Perspectives in Education: Perceptions of Pre-Service Teachers PDF
Frank Deer 175-211
“Role models can’t just be on posters”: Re/membering Barriers to Indigenous Community Engagement PDF
Brooke Madden, Marc Higgins, Dr. Lisa Korteweg 211-247
Negotiating Two Worlds: Learning through the Stories of Haudenosaunee Youth and Adults PDF
Michelle Bomberry 248-283
The Community-First Land-Centred Theoretical Framework: Bringing a ‘Good Mind’ to Indigenous Education Research? PDF
Sandra D. Styres, Dawn M. Zinga 284-313

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