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Discussions on science curriculum : stories told from northern places

@inproceedings{Krocker2004DiscussionsOS,
  title={Discussions on science curriculum : stories told from northern places},
  author={Nikki Rae. Krocker},
  year={2004}
}
  • Nikki Rae. Krocker
  • Published 2004
  • History
  • This thesis outlines some of the issues raised in approaching a culturally-relevant science curriculum. This research was undertaken conjunction with the Champagne and Aishihlk First Nations and local high school students. The students and I engaged in conversations around science, culture, and education with the intent of informing curriculum planners and educators of the issues facing First Nations youth in the Yukon. Present approaches to education and the nature of school science are… CONTINUE READING

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