Field-Based Education and Indigenous Knowledge: Essential Components of Geoscience Education for Native American Communities
Eric M. Riggs March 2005 Science Education v89 n2 p296-313

This Science Education article presents the finding that successful Earth science curricula for indigenous learners share an emphasis on outdoor education, a place and problem-based structure, and the inclusion of traditional indigenous knowledge in the instruction. The authors present an analysis of common field-based elements used in various curricula and provide an explanation for the success of this design.

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Subject: Education
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources, Journal Article