Learning Indigenous Science from Place

Learning indigenous science from place: research study examining indigenous-based science perspectives in Saskatchewan First Nations and Metis community contexts, by Dr. Herman Michell, Yvonne Vizina, Camie Augustus and Jason Sawyer, 2008.

This study presents the idea of adding First Nations and Metis perspectives to the Saskatchewan school science curriculum, with a view to improving Aboriginal scholastic achievement. The concept of Indigenous science is defined and expanded upon, and some practical applications are outlined. Available online:Learning indigenous science from place.

Source: Decoda.ca

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