Two-Eyed Seeing and other lessons learned within a co-learning journey of bringing together indigenous and mainstream knowledges and ways of knowing

@article{Bartlett2012TwoEyedSA,
  title={Two-Eyed Seeing and other lessons learned within a co-learning journey of bringing together indigenous and mainstream knowledges and ways of knowing},
  author={Cheryl Bartlett and Murdena Marshall and Albert Marshall},
  journal={Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={331-340}
}
This is a process article for weaving indigenous and mainstream knowledges within science educational curricula and other science arenas, assuming participants include recognized holders of traditional ecological knowledge (we prefer “Indigenous Knowledge” or “Traditional Knowledge”) and others with expertise in mainstream science. It is based on the “Integrative Science” undergraduate program created at Cape Breton University to bring together indigenous and mainstream sciences and ways of… 
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