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Geoscience education in Native American communities

Summary: A videotape of the 1996 NAGT/GSA Joint Symposium. Includes discussions of the unique cultural interactions, pedagogical approaches, and practical experiences of those who teach earth sciences to predominantly Native American populations.

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  • Physical Description: videorecording
    2 videocassettes (60 min. each) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
  • Publisher: [Lawrence, Kan.] : Haskell Indian Nations University Television Production Services : Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center, [1996?]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Title from container.
Symposium was sponsored by South Dakota School of Mining and Technology.
Formatted Contents Note: Wind and petroleum energy research program : enriching science education in Native American communities throughout Montana / Anneliese Ripley -- Hands on geology for Navajo Nations teachers / Steven Hasiotis -- Cooperative Geoscience Education Initiative in northern British Columbia / Mary Lou Bevier -- Integration of earth science and Native American culture / Mark T. Murphy -- Navajo pedagogy and earth systems / Steve Semken -- Of pipestone, thunderbird nests, and ilmenite : ethnogeology, myth, and the renaming of a world / John Murray.
Participant or Performer Note: Steven C. Semken, presiding.
System Details Note:
VHS format.
Subject: Earth sciences Study and teaching
Earth sciences Cross-cultural studies
Indians of North America Education
Indian students North America
Indian mythology North America

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