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Teaching Each Other: Nehinuw Concepts & Indigenous Pedagogies


reviewed by David A. López & G. Sue Kasun — April 25, 2016

coverTitle: Teaching Each Other: Nehinuw Concepts & Indigenous Pedagogies
Author(s): Linda M. Goulet, Keith N. Goulet
Publisher: UBC Press, Vancouver
ISBN: 0774827580, Pages: 256, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 25, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 20206, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 1:57:29 AM

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  • David López
    Georgia State University
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    DAVID A. LÓPEZ is a member of the Chippewa-Cree Tribe on the Rocky Boy Reservation and also an alumnus of the University of Nebraska – Kearney (B.G.S.), Arizona State University (M. Ed.), and Harvard University (Ed. M.). He is a current doctoral student in Language & Literacy in the Department of Middle & Secondary Education at Georgia State University. His research interests include indigenous education & pedagogies, indigenizing curricula, decolonizing education and language acquisition and retention.
  • G. Kasun
    Georgia State University
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    G. SUE KASUN is an assistant professor of Language & Literacy in the Department of Middle & Secondary Education at Georgia State University. She researches the intersections of ways of knowing, Latina/o students and families, transnationalism, and language education. Most recently, she has engaged these areas through the lenses of indigenizing/decolonizing education. Recent publications include, “The Only Mexican in the room”: Sobrevivencia survival as a way of knowing for Mexican transnational students and families,” in Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 46(3), 277-294; Ways of knowing: A framework for educators to understand Mexican-origin transnational families for educational equity, soon to appear in Equity & Excellence in Education; and “From ‘blissfully unaware’ to /another perspective on hope’: An indigenous knowledge study abroad program's impacts on the ways of knowing of pre-service transnational English learner teachers” which will appear in Teacher Education & Practice in 2017.
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