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Embedding Indigenous Knowledges [chapter]

Juliana Mclaughlin, Susan Whatman
2015 Building Democracy through Education on Diversity  
We thank members of the original project reference group and acknowledge the support of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander colleagues whose knowledge and leadership in critical Indigenous studies have  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the contributions by Victor Hart and Dr Mayrah Dreise for their scholarship and contributions for this project.  ...  The lifeworld of teaching and learning environments at the institutional level is an environment of hegemonic relations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-6300-259-2_4 fatcat:jvtcstrnm5hqjisy6u2ipeyhou

Emerging Technologies and Research Designs in TechnologyEnhanced Language Learning: An Interview with Mark Pegrum

2022 International Journal of TESOL Studies  
His current research focuses on digital literacies and especially attentional literacy; mobile and emerging technologies, including extended reality (XR); and the forms digital learning takes in diverse  ...  In his courses, he specialises in digital technologies in education, with a particular emphasis on mobile learning.  ...  Thank you so much for your time and valuable comments. I am sure our readers will benefit from your insightful answers. Again, I appreciate your time and valuable thoughts.  ... 
doi:10.46451/ijts.2022.03.13 fatcat:aa2uu4tfinb37kd4ttscjkbrqq

From Community Engagement to Community Emergence: The Holistic Program Design Approach

Brad Olson, Mark Brennan
2017 The international journal of research on service-learning and community engagement  
The authors propose the holistic program design approach to curricular-based engagement as a new framework for building individual and institutional capacity.  ...  Utilizing interactional field theory, the framework shows how university-community engagement can promote the emergence or formation of community between a university and local participants.  ...  According to experiential learning theory, learning is a holistic process of examining one's own ideas and confronting new ones through action and experience within a particular environment.  ... 
doi:10.37333/001c.29751 fatcat:x4t7auunzrgkrpbinz62lxtpk4

The guiding logics and principles for designing emergent transdisciplinary research processes: learning experiences and reflections from a transdisciplinary urban case study in Enkanini informal settlement, South Africa

John van Breda, Mark Swilling
2018 Sustainability Science  
Learning how to co-design the research process through co-producing transformative knowledge and then implementing strategic interventions to bring about incremental social change is key to theory development  ...  A core element of this approach is that the research process is designed as it unfolds, that is, it transforms as it emerges from and within the fluid context.  ...  On the contrary, making sense of and learning how to act in these emerging real-life situations in the present can be seen as the generator of critical reflection and theory-building.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-018-0606-x fatcat:ym5axvqpxjhvre34nmenurfrte

Environment [chapter]

Kay Stables
2015 Environment, Ethics and Cultures  
concepts and through practical activities.  ...  It has developed from a craft oriented school subject to a learning area in which the meaning of technology as an important part of our contemporary culture is explored, both by the learning of theoretical  ...  I would particularly like to single out the enjoyable and enlightening discussions with Treechada Chotiratanapinun and I thank her for these.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-6209-938-8_2 fatcat:2yvngitw6rbudeuemtjf5giwlu

I-DIGEST framework: towards authentic learning for indigenous learners

John Loewen, Kinshuk, Jarkko Suhonen
2018 Smart Learning Environments  
Digital storytelling has emerged as a methodology for incorporating Indigenous knowledge into learning and with the literature identifying the lack of a formal curriculum design process, a framework is  ...  Experts in the field of education and Indigenous knowledge were then asked to provide feedback on the efficacy of the framework.  ...  Kinshuk and Prof. Jarkko Suhonen for their guidance on writing this paper. Authors' contributions The main author (JL) performed all research and writing of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-018-0053-2 fatcat:yfawgkf2gjetjaxmpi3u3eipc4

Creating Indigenous Knowledge Spaces in Physics Learning Environments: Postcolonial Views and Insights from High School Physics Teachers

Mudzamiri Edson, Govender Nadaraj
2021 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
The study explores teachers' perspectives on the possibility and necessity of creating indigenous knowledge spaces (IKS) in physical learning environments (PLE) for learning physics in high schools in  ...  Traditional PLE such as laboratories for learning physics are still dominated by colonized western pedagogical designs and features but can be redesigned in light of the recent debates on Indigenous Knowledge  ...  Abstract The study explores teachers' perspectives on the possibility and necessity of creating indigenous knowledge spaces (IKS) in physical learning environments (PLE) for learning physics in high schools  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2021.090903 fatcat:vjsig75bw5aahpeg7gp7kqb5ou

It's Not Quite Wakanda: Preserving Indigenous Cultural Heritage Augmented and Virtual Reality Environments

Jasmine Kirby, Cameron Riopelle
2019 Zenodo  
Better emphasis on sustainable digital preservation, will also make it possible to divorce these projects from the legacy of salvage anthropology by maintaining both the traditional knowledge of indigenous  ...  reality environments for indigenous cultural heritage.  ...  that has emerged out of colonial and imperial contexts. • Augmented and virtual reality offer benefits for capturing indigenous cultural heritage, but similar to film and digitization projects, preservation  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3612423 fatcat:zxvk4glupjglfipizyhozceg64

Reflecting on environment to understand diversifying health perspectives

Laurie-Ann Lines
2020 Health Science Inquiry  
I share my reflections on my environments, and continued journey as a student in academia that led me to question the current standard of teaching uniform health perspectives.  ...  Current public health perspectives and approaches are largely focused on Western worldviews of health.  ...  Building an environment to appreciate diverse health perspectives nities incorporating strategies that build on their assets in health programming.  ... 
doi:10.29173/hsi296 fatcat:7prmfxwgjvhxzcqfdsokudrhhq

Exploring Indigenous Undergraduate Students' Experiences within Urban and Institutional Food Environments

Hannah Wilson, Hannah Tait Neufeld, Kim Anderson, Cara Wehkamp, Dalia El Khoury
2021 Sustainability  
Themes based on the students' responses included food and nutrition knowledge, financial capacity, convenience, social influences, campus food environment, cultural connections, and institutional support  ...  An exploratory study was designed to investigate Indigenous students' experiences accessing local food environments.  ...  volunteers build a sense of community, fosters knowledge and enhancement of identity for Indigenous students [48]. 5.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su131810268 fatcat:fhhl5mgoyvglvfmbo6u4yy2mti

Religion and Environment

Willis Jenkins, Christopher Key Chapple
2011 Annual Review Environment and Resources  
Research on the significance of religion to environmental problems and of ecological ideas to religion has emerged into a robust interdisciplinary field.  ...  This article introduces major approaches to the field and key questions raised, and then briefly assesses recent work in three broad areas of tradition. 441 Annu. Rev. Environ.  ...  Thus, a global society of indigenous traditions is emerging to face global environmental problems, and with it, perhaps, is the emergence of a somewhat oxymoronic planetary indigenous tradition.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-042610-103728 fatcat:ndj4w6wwajfw7fpg3qb7nkvkte

Virtual environments for education

Brian M. Slator, Paul Juell, Philip E. McClean, Bernhardt Saini-Eidukat, Donald P. Schwert, Alan R. White, Curt Hill
1999 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
However, all of these projects share a strategy, a set of assumptions, an approach to assessment, and an emerging tool set, which allows each to leverage from the insights and advances of the others.  ...  WWWIC, the NDSU World Wide Web Instructional Committee, is engaged in developing a range of virtual environments for education.  ...  For further information on our virtual worlds software development , visit the NDSU WWWIC web site at URL: http://www.cs.ndsu.nodak.edu/wwwic/.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jnca.1999.0089 fatcat:cfbmmpfdwrf23naiz2pppky6wu

Basic Training Methods in Transition Environment

Dragoljub KAVRAN, Zorica VUKASINOVIC
2000 Revista Transilvană de Ştiinţe Administrative  
To a lesser extent, training is based on the flexible training needs analysis based, training modules, courses workshops and seminars. It typically emphasizes teaching rather than learning.  ...  It is usually a one-shot exercise for an individual rather than an sequence in continuing, sometimes lifelong learning process and finally, it is understood as something done to trainees by an expert who  ...  All depends on the country's learning environment and traditions.  ... 
doaj:3293a8d171424ea6a999ba30100ed01a fatcat:hfpeqf35w5fffn4ktpbxrh4gca

A self-determined learning environment supporting change-makers

Margy-Jean Malcolm
2020 Scope: Contemporary Research Topics (Work-based Learning 1)  
Growth of more indigenous knowledge resources, deepening tikanga, and growth of a more culturally and gender diverse staff team will support the programme's ability to scale up and hold the strengths of  ...  build confidence. " Holding an inclusive learning space for diverse worldviews and learning needs has its challenges.  ... 
doi:10.34074/scop.6001004 fatcat:pkhpwjjdmzcp7kgym52q773bte

Developing critical literacy skills through using the environment as text

Joan M Chambers, Christy L Radbourne
2015 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
Additionally, the children in the study developed an attitude of respect and caring for their place, the environment, and for one another.  ...  Through a provincially funded project, teachers in a Grade 2 and a Grade 6 class were able to develop best practices as they incorporated the environment as the teaching text for developing critical literacy  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to acknowledge the Ontario Ministry of Education for their funding support for the Teacher Leadership and Learning Program project and the Faculty of Education at Lakehead  ... 
doi:10.20360/g2fk58 fatcat:3rvannvh4fcq3azxbstpxx3drm
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