Month: June 2017 Articles

College Fund Convenes Educators from Across Nation to Explore Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Education

Dr. Nader Vadiee, Ph.D., professor at Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, (foreground) asks a question during the “Place Based Curriculum Development (Science and Mathematics) The Role of Mathematics in the Ojibwe Art of Beadwork and Weaving” presentation by Dennis R. White, Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Community College at the Tribal Colleges and Universities Research Conference on June 19, 2017 in Denver, Colo

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