Event Title

Non-native teachers of American Indian children

Presenter Information

Karen Cloud, University of Wyoming

Location

ED Annex 308

Start Date

7-3-2014 10:35 AM

End Date

7-3-2014 11:30 AM

Description

Changes in American Indian (AI) education gained momentum toward the end of the 21st century as culturally responsive pedagogies filtered into the classroom. Students began to be taught by some culturally sensitive non-Native as well as Native American (NA) teachers. Today many AI children are taught by non-Native teachers many of whom still lack the pedagogical training crucial for helping students to access knowledge and achieve academic success. The purpose of this literature review is to determine the current states of the preparation of Non-Native teachers of AI children.

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Non-native teachers of American Indian children

ED Annex 308

Changes in American Indian (AI) education gained momentum toward the end of the 21st century as culturally responsive pedagogies filtered into the classroom. Students began to be taught by some culturally sensitive non-Native as well as Native American (NA) teachers. Today many AI children are taught by non-Native teachers many of whom still lack the pedagogical training crucial for helping students to access knowledge and achieve academic success. The purpose of this literature review is to determine the current states of the preparation of Non-Native teachers of AI children.