17-4 Summer 2006 – “Reforming Our Schools, Native Style” Table of Contents

May 15th, 2006 | By | Category: 17-4: Reforming Our Schools, Native Style, Archives

17-4 REFORMING OUR SCHOOLS, NATIVE STYLE

Features

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. TCJ PAID CONTENT

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. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

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 TCJ PAID CONTENT

Talking Circle: Recognizing the Generational Divide: When X Meet Y at the Tribal College
By Grace Wood TCJ PAID CONTENT

Voices: Real Genius: ‘We Could Become Best Educated People in America’
By Richard B. Williams TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
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

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