The term traditional knowledge is used very often in reference to aboriginal cultural sustainability. It is widely accepted among Aboriginal leaders that this is missing from the educational system. This certainly would prompt one to ask: What is traditional knowledge? That is the question that this site endeavors to answer. The article goes into great detail explaining what traditional knowledge is but it also attempts to compare and contrast it to “western scientific knowledge.” The site In addition to this the site provides many interesting links to the applications of traditional knowledge to current ecological issues.
This site is a great resource for those studying cultural preservation and indigenous education.