17-4 Summer 2006 – “Reforming Our Schools, Native Style” Table of ContentsMay 15th, 2006 | By tcj | Category: 17-4: Reforming Our Schools, Native Style, Archives
Native Students Speak: What makes a good teacher?
By Dr. Thomas Peacock (Ojibwe)
In his classrooms, Peacock synthesizes his research and personal experiences to be the most effective teacher. This is his story.
It Takes a Native Community: Educators reform schools in an era of standards
By Dr. Paul Boyer
When a clear and compelling vision takes root, real change can happen, according to Boyer’s study of models for systemic change.
Dear Readers: Reader Feedback Will Inform Strategic Planning
By Gerald E. Gipp
Editor’s Essay: School Reform Requires Local Involvement
By Marjane Ambler
Profile: Visit Ignites Enthusiasm for College
By Mary-Anne Stoutsenberger
Talking Circle: Recognizing the Generational Divide: When X Meet Y at the Tribal College
By Grace Wood
Voices: Real Genius: ‘We Could Become Best Educated People in America’
By Richard B. Williams
By Michael W. Simpson, Holly Ristau, Tina Deschenie, Michael Thompson, and Victoria Beatty
Resource Guide: School Reform, Student Success for Educators Working With Native K-12 Students
By John W. Tippeconnic, III (Comanche) and Dr. Susan C. Faircloth (Coharie)
ON THE COVER: School Reform efforts in Alaska focused upon setting culturally based standards for education. Theresa Charles (Yup’ik) dances at the annual Cama-i (hello) festival in Bethel, AK. Photo by James Barker