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📒Digital Storytelling In Indigenous Education ✍ Yvonne Poitras Pratt
✏Digital Storytelling in Indigenous Education Book Summary : Exploring the relationship between the role of education and Indigenous survival, Digital Storytelling in Indigenous Education is an ethnographic exploration of how digital storytelling can be part of a broader project of decolonization of individuals, their families, and communities. By recounting how a remote Indigenous (Métis) community were able to collectively imagine, plan and produce numerous unique digital stories representing counter-narratives to the dominant version of Canadian history, Poitras Pratt provides frameworks, approaches and strategies for the use of digital media and arts for the purpose of cultural memory, community empowerment, and mobilization. The volume provides a valuable example of how a community-based educational project can create and restore intergenerational exchanges through modern media, and covers topics such as: Introducing the Métis and their community; decolonizing education through a Métis approach to research; the ethnographic journey; and translating the work of decolonizing to education. Digital Storytelling in Indigenous Education is the perfect resource for researchers, academics, and postgraduate students in the fields of Indigenous education, comparative education, and technology education, or those looking to explore the role of modern media in facilitating healing and decolonization in a marginalized community. .
📒Internet Based Language Learning Pedagogies And Technologies ✍ Jeong-Bae Son
✏Internet Based Language Learning Pedagogies and Technologies Book Summary : The APACALL Book Series covers a wide range of issues in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and offers opportunities for CALL researchers and practitioners to engage in research and discussion on their areas of interest.This book provides an up-to-date view of the field of CALL for applied linguists, researchers, language teachers and teacher trainers. It explores various aspects of Internet-based language learning (IBLL) and presents the findings of recent work in IBLL that are of direct relevance to second/foreign language learning and teaching. In particular, it looks into Web-based language learning, course management systems, digital storytelling, online dictation exercises, Web authoring projects, Web-based portfolios and blogging.Chapter authors include Antonie Alm, Wai Meng Chan, Ing Ru Chen, Penelope Coutas, Michael J. Crawford, Iain Davey, Brian Gregory Dunne, Debra Hoven and Jeong-Bae Son.
📒Indigenous Educational Models For Contemporary Practice ✍ Maenette Kape'ahiokalani Padeken Ah Nee- Benham
✏Indigenous Educational Models for Contemporary Practice Book Summary : The book challenges teachers, researchers, educational leaders, and community stakeholders to build dynamic learning environments through which indigenous learners can be "Boldly Indigenous in a Global World!" Three days of focused dialogue at the 2005 World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) led to the charge to create Volume II of Indigenous Educational Models for Contemporary Practice: In Our Mother’s Voice. Building on the first volume, Volume II examines these topics: Regenerating and transforming language and culture pedagogy that reminds us that what is "Contemporary is Native" Living indigenous leadership that engages and ensures the presence, readiness, and civic work of our next generation of leaders Indigenizing assessment and accountability that makes certain that native values and strengths lead this important work Highlighting the power of partnerships that begin with the child-elder, which is then nurtured in community and institutions to cross boundaries of cultural difference, physical geography, native and non-native institutions and communities Indigenous Educational Models for Contemporary Practice: In Our Mother’s Voice, Volume II honors the wisdom of our ancestors, highlights the diversity of our indigenous stories, and illuminates the passion of forward-looking scholars.
📒Indigenous Education ✍ Nina Burridge
✏Indigenous Education Book Summary : Education is an essential pathway to bridging the divide in educational attainment between Indigenous and non- Indigenous students. In the Australian policy contexts, Indigenous Education has been informed by a large number of reviews, reports and an extensive list of projects aimed at improving educational outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Central to each has been the investigation of the inequity of access to educational resources, the legacy of historical policies of exclusion and the lack of culturally responsive pedagogical practices that impact on Indigenous student achievement at school. Research on best practice models for teaching Indigenous students points to the level of teachers’ commitment being a crucial link to student engagement in the classroom, improvement of student self concept and student retention rates. Most recently, the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) has recognized in the National Professional Standards for Teachers, that practising teachers must attain skills in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and their communities. Clearly it is time for new pedagogical practices in Indigenous education that are implemented in partnerships with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. This book reports on a three-year research based study of action learning in schools that sought to enhance engagement with local Aboriginal communities, promote quality teaching and improve students’ learning outcomes. The school studies come from different demographic regions in New South Wales, Australia’s most populous state and showcase the achievements and challenges; highs and lows; affordances and obstacles in the development and delivery of innovative curriculum strategies for teaching Aboriginal histories and cultures in Australian schools. The findings illustrate that engaging teachers in a learning journey in collaboration with academic partners and members of local Aboriginal communities in an action learning process, can deliver innovative teaching programs over a sustained period of time. As a result schools demonstrated that these approaches do produce positive educational outcomes for teachers and students and enable authentic partnerships with Aboriginal communities.
✏Mobile Media Making in an Age of Smartphones Book Summary : With the rise of smartphones and the proliferation of applications, the ways everyday media users and creative professionals represent, experience, and share the everyday is changing. This collection reflects on emergent creative practices and digital ethnographies of new socialities associated with smartphone cameras in everyday life.
📒The Instructional Value Of Digital Storytelling ✍ Patricia McGee
✏The Instructional Value of Digital Storytelling Book Summary : Although storytelling has been recognized as an effective instructional strategy for some time, most educators are not informed about how to communicate a story that supports learning—particularly when using digital media. The Instructional Value of Digital Storytelling provides a broad overview of the concepts and traditions of storytelling and prepares professors, workplace trainers, and instructional designers to tell stories through 21st century media platforms, providing the skills critical to communication, lifelong learning, and professional success. Using clear and concise language, The Instructional Value of Digital Storytelling explains how and why storytelling can be used as a contemporary instructional method, particularly through social media, mobile technologies, and knowledge-based systems. Examples from different sectors and disciplines illustrate how and why effective digital stories are designed with learning theory in mind. Applications of storytelling in context are provided for diverse settings within higher education as well as both formal and informal adult learning contexts.
📒Indigenous Educational Models For Contemporary Practice ✍ Maenette Kapeʻahiokalani Padeken Ah Nee-Benham
✏Indigenous Educational Models for Contemporary Practice Book Summary : What is the philosophy that should drive native education policy and practice? In July 1997 a group of native educational leaders from the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, Australia, and New Zealand gathered to define a potential solution to this question. This book passes on the individual educational philosophies of the participants and captures the essence of each in a dynamic, transformational, and holistic model, "Go to the Source" which forwards a collective vision for a native language and culture-based educational philosophy that native educational leaders and teachers, policymakers, and curriculum developers can use to ground their work.
📒Stories And Seeds ✍ Abby Corbett
✏Stories and Seeds Book Summary : "This research sought to discover if digital storytelling can help rural and indigenous students in the High Amazon region of Peru to affirm their identities and preserve their culture, traditions, and practices. Using an organic research framework, I describe the personal story that serves as the background for this research, connecting my own experience with the larger social context. I explore the use of digital storytelling as an education and research tool, offering examples of how it has been used and outlining the methods and methodologies that I employed in my own research, including indigenous and Gaian methodologies. I also discuss the results of the study, arguing that digital storytelling presents a successful tool for teachers and students to employ as a way of affirming and valuing indigenous identity."--leaf 2.
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📒A Companion To The Anthropology Of Education ✍ Bradley A. Levinson
✏A Companion to the Anthropology of Education Book Summary : A Companion to the Anthropology of Education presents a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the field, exploring the social and cultural dimension of educational processes in both formal and nonformal settings. Explores theoretical and applied approaches to cultural practice in a diverse range of educational settings around the world, in both formal and non-formal contexts Includes contributions by leading educational anthropologists Integrates work from and on many different national systems of scholarship, including China, the United States, Africa, the Middle East, Colombia, Mexico, India, the United Kingdom, and Denmark Examines the consequences of history, cultural diversity, language policies, governmental mandates, inequality, and literacy for everyday educational processes