Indigenous Knowledge and Pedagogy in First Nations Education:- A Literature Review with Recommendations

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This article was prepared Dr Marie Battiste, Director Apamwek Institute for the National Working Group on education and the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) Ottawa, ON. It addresses the points on the culture of Indigenous groups in Canada with an emphasis on the complex set of technologies developed and maintained by Indigenous societies. It explores the nature of Indigenous knowledge and pedagogy in First Nations Education. This article also explains the moral principles of and criteria for understanding Indigenous knowledge and for incorporating it into the classroom.


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