18-2 Winter 2006 “Traditional Wisdom Our Strength” Table of ContentsNov 15th, 2006 | By tcj | Category: 18-2: Traditional Wisdom Our Strength, Archives
Should Expediency Always Trump Tradition? AIHEC/NSF project develops indigenous evaluation methods
By Dr. Paul Boyer
Indigenous evaluation will help tribal colleges review how their operations reflect the cultures and traditions of the tribes they serve.
Through an Indigenous Lens: Teacher education program honors Kainai community
By Dr. Larry Emerson (Diné)
Red Crow Community College students collaborate to produce teachers grounded in their traditional ways.
Reclaiming Stolen Words: Sinte Gleska instructor teaches evolution of Lakota language
By Mary Hermes (Dakota, Chinese, Irish)
Instructors at Sinte Gleska University research and teach the content and context of Lakota language.
Teasing Aside: LBHC maintains Crow language, culture
By Luella Brien (Crow)
Language and kinship classes at Little Big Horn College grow in popularity among students.
Dear Readers: Language Preservation Gets Spotlight But No Action
By Gerald E. Gipp
Editor’s Essay: Indigenous Evaluation Can Decolonize Us
By Tina Deschenie
Talking Circle: Pathways to Success in Pre-College Mathematics
By Bob Madsen, Ted Hodgson, and Carol Ward, Ph.D.
Voices: It is Time for Indian People to Define Indigenous Education on our Own Terms
By Gregory Cajete, Ph.D.
By Richard Nichols (Santa Clara Pueblo) and Joan LaFrance (Turtle Mt. Chippewa)
ON THE COVER: “Crow Fair Tipis” and “Crow Buffalo” photos by Ken Blackbird, an Assiniboine member of the Fort Belknap Indian Community of Montana. Blackbird can be reached at P.O. Box 2511, Cody, WY 82414. Watch for his future website at www.kenblackbird.com.