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S’TENISTLOW: Moving Indigenous Education Forward
Edited by Todd Lee Ormiston, EdD, Jacquie Green, PhD, & Kelly Aguirre, PhD
JCharlton Publishing / Softcover / Apr 2020
9781926476285 (ISBN-10: 192647628X)
Indigenous Peoples / Education
price: $33.00
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S'TENISTOLW is a SENCOTEN term referencing the concept of 'moving forward'. This book highlights both the doing and being of Indigenous education. Authors share their knowledge on the themes of the most recent S'TENISTOLW conference: Land-Based Learning; Supporting Learners; Indigenization; and Strengthening Alliances. Keynote addresses by renowned Indigenous scholars Gregory Cajete, Graham Hingangaroa Smith, Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Kathy Abso­lon are intertwined throughout the book.

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