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What is indigenous knowledge? voices from the academy

by Semali, Ladislaus, 1946- ; Kincheloe, Joe L. (available in electronic format and paper format, call number Morisset Library MRT General  GN 476 .W47 1999)


Ways of Knowing - Ways of Learning

Holistic, circular, interactive and cooperative

Respects and values the contribution of all participants and of the teacher in everyone

Believes that knowledge is meant to be shared - is fluid like a river - always moving, changing and transforming - flowing through the generations ...

** We wish to acknowledge our gratitude towards the Algonquin people as we are situated on Algonquin territory.


About This Guide

Ahmin, Bonjour, Boozhoo, He Kola, Kia Ora, Kwe, Sekoh, Sekon, Imaynalla, Waliqi, Watchya, Welcome!

This guide is intended to assist the students in the Aboriginal Education program get started with their research.

The guide will direct you to the most appropriate resources for your studies and help you to access a wide variety of materials.

Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions (please find my contact information in the box to the right).



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