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Learning Styles of American Indian/Alaska Native Students: A Review of the Literature and Implications for Practice.
A review of theories, research, and models of the learning styles of American Indian/Alaska Native students reveals that American Indian/Alaska Native students generally learn in ways characterizedExpand
Of Polls and Race Prejudice
This article offers a collaborative review of the article “The Indian Wars”from the March 4, 2002, issue of Sports Illustrated that purported to present novel scientific findings regarding theExpand
Surveying the Landscape: Perceptions of Multicultural Support Services and Racial Climate at a Predominantly White University
This study examines how students of color and White students at a predominantly White state university responded to a survey that addressed race relations on their campus. Four hundred twelveExpand
American Indian Students' Perceptions of Racial Climate, Multicultural Support Services, and Ethnic Fraud at a Predominantly White University.
This study was designed to examine the relationships among perceptions of racial climate, multicultural support services, and ethnic fraud among American Indian college students attending aExpand
Fluff and Feathers: Treatment of American Indians in the Literature and the Classroom
(1998). Fluff and Feathers: Treatment of American Indians in the Literature and the Classroom. Equity & Excellence in Education: Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 69-76.
Playing Indian at Halftime: The Controversy over American Indian Mascots, Logos, and Nicknames in School-Related Events
(2004). Playing Indian at Halftime: The Controversy over American Indian Mascots, Logos, and Nicknames in School-Related Events. The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues andExpand
Working With American Indian Students and Families
Although most American Indian students are educated in the public school system, there is limited literature regarding (a) how general and special educators can effectively meet the uniqueExpand
Shared Journaling: A Methodology for Engaging White Preservice Students into Multicultural Education Discourse.
Many teachers are faced with limited understanding of diverse cultures and linguistic patterns other than their own, and the possibility exists that this limitation will negatively affect theirExpand
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