Aboriginal Perspectives on Social-Emotional Competence in Early Childhood

 

Aboriginal Perspectives on Social-Emotional Competence in Early  Childhood

From: The International Indigenous Policy Journal Volume 4
Issue 4 Educational Pathways of Indigenous Learners Article 2

Authors: Melissa Tremblay, Rebecca Gokiert, Rebecca Georgis, Karen Edwards, Berna Skrypnek

This article from the International Indigenous Policy Journal presents findings from research on social-emotional competencies of young aboriginal learners.  Using a focus group approach, the researchers engaged in dialogue with young learners, parents, service providers and young adults.  They conclude that aboriginal learners require additional skills to navigate the cultural context of educational institutions and the article goes on to suggest some practical applications of their research results.

http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1151&context=iipj

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