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Nurturing learning in Native American students

Robert W. Rhodes

Nurturing learning in Native American students

by Robert W. Rhodes

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Published by Sonwai Books in Hotevilla, Ariz. (P.O. Box 56, Hotevilla 86030) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southwest, New.
    • Subjects:
    • Hopi children -- Education.,
    • Navajo children -- Education.,
    • Multicultural education -- Southwest, New.,
    • Teachers -- Training of -- Southwest, New.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-217).

      StatementRobert W. Rhodes ; photographs by Owen Seumptewa.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.H7 R56 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 217 p. :
      Number of Pages217
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL841043M
      LC Control Number95118013

      Diversity in Learning: A Comparison of Traditional Learning Theories With Learning Styles and Cultural Values of Native American Students Mark S. Parrish, John L. Klem, and David R. Brown Parrish, Mark. S., is an Assistant Professor at the University of West Georgia. AFile Size: 89KB. Effective Teaching Strategies for Engaging Native American Students Introduction Recent statistical data from South Dakota and Montana reveal the dropout rate among Native American students is high and the high school graduation rate for Native American youth is the lowest among various minorities (OPI, Dropout Data, ).

        Native American Learning: An Integrative Model. In and , approximately.7% of graduate and undergraduate nursing students were American Indians or Alaska by: 5. American Indian and Indigenous education books. Education and Language Restoration, Revised Edition Jon Reyhner Education and Language Restoration briefly traces the history of education from Indian boarding schools to the present day and includes information on language revitalization. It has chapters on assimilation and the Native American, community-controlled schools and tribal colleges.

      (shelved 3 times as native-american-studies) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Want to Read saving. ing these is a summary of some language learning methods, ideas, and other information previously described in various works that could be regarded as repetitious and "preaching to the converted," but I agree with Robert W. Rhodes in Nurturing Learning in Native Ameri-can Students () who states that, "being a little redundant servesFile Size: KB.


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Nurturing learning in Native American students by Robert W. Rhodes Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book helps teachers of Native American students to facilitate learning in school through awareness of cultural and values differences between Native Americans and the mainstream culture. Most of the specific cultural information presented comes from the Navajo and Hopi Reservations in northeastern Arizona, but the associated ideas, methodologies, and activities may be used as guidelines.

Get this from a library. Nurturing learning in Native American students. [Robert W Rhodes] -- "This book is for teachers of Native American students who are looking for new, different, more successful ways of fostering learning. The ideas from this book, combined with the insight of the.

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But only 29 percent of first-time native American freshmen graduate within six years, according to the institutional. not indicate that there is a unique Native American way of learning, careful atten-tion to common differences between Native American and mainstream students is im-portant.

Teachers need to understand the way Native American students are likely to perceive the world if they are seriously interested in improving the education of this group. This book helps teachers of Native American students to facilitate learning in school through awareness of cultural and values differences between Native Americans and the mainstream culture.

Most of the specific cultural information presented comes from the Navajo and Hopi Reservations in northeastern Arizona, but the associated ideas. Following these is a summary of some language learning methods, ideas, and other information previously described in various works that could be regarded as repetitious and "preaching to the converted," but I agree with Robert W.

Rhodes in Nurturing Learning in Native American Students () who states that, "being a little redundant serves to. Some points to be considered when teaching Native Americans: Be aware of their background, knowledge, and experiences. Get to know each person. This may take time but once a relationship is established which involves trust then the individual is more.

Nurturing Native Languages Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley Meld k e'esto ge a'aliga (Run, Hide Your Children) Gary Owens. Section I: Language and Culture Immersion 1. Native Language Immersion Jon Reyhner 2. Assessing the Impact of Total Immersion on Cherokee Language Revitalization: A Culturally Responsive, Participatory Approach.

A review of theories, research, and models of the learning styles of American Indian/Alaska Native students reveals that American Indian/Alaska Native students generally learn in ways characterized by factors of social/affective emphasis, harmony, holistic perspectives, expressive creativity, and nonverbal communication.

The book deals with Indian culture, a subject often overlooked, and deals with learning styles and a variety of methods to deal with the academic areas.

The chapters are well organized, reader friendly and contain a varity of ideas. It also helps that the author has practical experience and is knowledgeable about his by: (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary There has been much talk and effort focused on the educational achievement gap between white versus black, Hispanic and American Indian students.

While there has been some movement the gap has not appreciably narrowed, and it has narrowed the least for Native American students. Digital Heroes & Heroines of the Past: American History Curriculum is a 30 week American History curriculum designed for gradesbut that can be used with older ages.

It retails for $ and can also be purchased as a physical product, though we received the digital version. It is also important to think about highlighting the diversity within a given country or culture. Reading one book on Africa or a single Native American folktale does not help students understand that Africa is a diverse continent of more than 50 countries or that Native American people are a vibrant part of our modern world too.

The association “supports Native charter schools as they seek to integrate Native knowledge, culture, language, and other aspects of identity into the classroom,” it says.

In California, the state with the largest number of charter schools in the nation, Native American students represent percent of all students attending charter schools. I wanted to like this book. I love its premise that children's spiritual lives need nurturing, even in a non-religious school setting.

As someone who anticipates working in the public school system, I felt the topic was particularly relevant/5. A few students scored 66% or higher in only one mode. These scores were 8% visual, 16% auditory, and 12%, kinesthetic.

Twelve percent showed no learning mode score above 66%. Conclusion. Drawing any definite conclusions about Native American students in general would be ludicrous with this small sample. Our report, entitled “Nurturing the Learning Spirit of First Nation Students”, includes 3 fundamental principles to guide First Nation education reform and 5 recommendations to support the goal of an effective First Nation Education Size: KB.

Autumn, the beginning of the school year, is the cruelest season for Native American students in the United States.

Between sports games where entire crowds chant about "redskins" and other school Author: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. Some researchers believe this is because students who are learning to read for the first time in a new language have to do twice the work since they are learning the process of reading while learning a new language (Short & Fitzsimmons, ).

In a large review of scientific research on English language learners in the United States, Genesee. Nurturing Lifelong Language Learners.

their dissatisfaction with the current students' learning output in the English course. Learners in the American public schools is more than 4.His book, Nurturing Learning in Native American Students has become a standard for educators of Native Americans throughout the nation.

His other publications include two other books and 15 articles. Dr. Rhodes has served as manager for artists Charles Loloma, Sonwai (Verma Nequatewa), Bryson Nequatewa and Jeanette Katoney.Nurturing Teacher Development and Promoting Student Academic Achievement through a Reciprocal Learning Experience: /ch True education occurs when teachers become learners and learners become teachers (Freire, ).

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