2013

Pedagogies to Enhance Learning for Indigenous Students

Evidence-based Practice

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ISBN: 978-981-4021-83-8 (Print) 978-981-4021-84-5 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

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    Pages 1-20

    An Aboriginal Perspective on Education – Policy and Practice

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    Pages 21-44

    A Systemic Evidence-Based Strategy to Improve Indigenous Students’ Numeracy and Literacy

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    Pages 45-60

    Indigenous Education Workers: A Special Case of Educational Assistant

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    Pages 61-74

    Combating Role Discontinuity for Principals of Remote Indigenous Schools

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    Pages 75-87

    Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices in Teaching Mathematics in Remote Aboriginal Schools

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    Pages 89-104

    Language for Learning in Indigenous Classrooms: Foundations for Literacy and Numeracy

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    Pages 105-122

    Naming Method: “This is it, maybe, but you should talk to …”

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    Pages 123-138

    A Three-Level Intervention Pedagogy to Enhance the Academic Achievement of Indigenous Students: Evidence from QuickSmart

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    Pages 139-153

    Building Confidence and Fostering Engagement in Aboriginal Learners

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    Pages 155-173

    Connecting Children, Community and Curriculum

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    Pages 175-191

    Evaluating Indigenous Science Education Programs: Applying the Ininiwi-kiskānītamowin Indigenous Science Education Model to an Informal Education Program

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    Pages 193-211

    Using Digital Media to Mediate Learning in Remote Aboriginal Communities

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 213-221