Teaching Respect for Diversity: The Oglala Lakota

@article{Pass2009TeachingRF,
  title={Teaching Respect for Diversity: The Oglala Lakota},
  author={Susan Pass},
  journal={The Social Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={100},
  pages={212 - 217}
}
  • Susan Pass
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • The Social Studies
ABSTRACT Teaching about diversity and respect for others is a challenging task for today's educators—especially at the middle school level. This article describes successful attempts to do so at the sixth-grade level. These real-life experiences enhanced classroom learning and reached out to the community. The author hopes that other educators will duplicate this endeavor. Although the lessons described focused on the Lakota nation, educators can teach about any tribal culture by using this… Expand
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