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Working with elders and indigenous knowledge systems

Herman Michell

Working with elders and indigenous knowledge systems

a reader and guide for places of higher learning

by Herman Michell

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by JCharlton Pub. in Kanata, ON .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education (Higher),
  • Elders (Native peoples),
  • Indians of North America

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [73]-78).

    StatementHerman Jeremiah Michell
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE96.2 .M53 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 89 p. :
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25349808M
    ISBN 100981151841
    ISBN 109780981151847
    LC Control Number2012379315
    OCLC/WorldCa704032190

    Indigenous Knowledge Systems jobs available on Apply to Intern, Promoter, Un Women: Chief of Communications and Advocacy and more! Indigenous knowledge systems and ways of knowing that have sustained the Native people of Included will be a discussion of the role of local Elders, cultural atlases, traditional values, cultural camps, experiential learning, and cultural standards. embedded in the theme of this book. As Indigenous people reassert their world views and ways.

    Indigenous leaders stress the importance of leadership working to amplify the voices of the people in the community. Although many strong, ethical, and respected leaders work within the government’s Chief and Council system to achieve positive results for . [Indigenous knowledge, Indigenous epistemologies, Alaska Native education, Native science] A few years ago, a group of Alaska Native elders and educators were assembled to identify ways to more effectively utilize traditional knowledge systems and ways of knowing embedded in Native communities as a means of enriching the school.

    Indigenous and non-indigenous researchers have employed qualitative methods to examine traditional roles of indigenous elders, and much of the evidence suggests that they serve as leaders, keepers of history and cultural knowledge, and mentors to the young (e.g., Red Horse ; Warburton & McLaughlin, ). Also being explored through Cited by:   Aboriginal culture is based on respect, for the land and for their elders. Not showing respect is one of the biggest mistakes non-Aboriginal people do when interacting with Aboriginal culture. Get key foundational knowledge about Aboriginal culture in a fun and engaging way. This is no ordinary resource: It includes a fictional story, quizzes.


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Working with Elders and Indigenous Knowledge Systems: A Reader and Guide for Places of Higher Learning provides the reader with an opportunity to de-mystify this work. This book is a gift for administrators and faculty alike who are taking those first tentative steps to decolonizing their thinking about our collective work in the academy.

Experience has shown us that development efforts that ignore local technologies, local systems of knowledge, and the local environment generally fail to achieve their desired objectives.

Examples abound of western-lead teams of researchers failing to consult properly with indigenous populations,with the resulting "advancements" quickly proving to be unsustainable or. Books shelved as indigenous-knowledge: Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer.

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1 by Herman Michell (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from 5/5(2). Indigenous Knowledge Systems Notes - Theory of Knowledge I know you'll find this TOK IKS note helpful, but there is a full version of all of the TOK notes available to our supporting members here --along with some very helpful TOK videos and other.

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This book is a must read for anyone wishing to quickly obtain an understanding of what. Appendix F: Working with Elders Prior communication. Be clear on the Elder’s role and prepare them by providing background information.

Communicate how long you will need the Elder’s service, and the compensation that will be provided. During the event. Create a comforting and friendly : Asma-na-hi Antoine, Rachel Mason, Roberta Mason, Sophia Palahicky.

Learning from Elders, these knowledge keepers are continuing the transmission, retention, and sharing of Indigenous knowledge systems.

In recent years, post-secondary institutions have been privileged to work with Elders and other Indigenous knowledge keepers in Author: Bruce Allan, Amy Perreault, John Chenoweth, Dianne Biin, Sharon Hobenshield, Todd Ormiston, Shirley.

Indigenous worldviews privilege holistic interconnectedness, collaboration, reciprocity, spirituality, and humility, in contrast to Western notions of dichotomous thinking, rationality, and individualism.1 Within an Indigenous research paradigm, the intentions and process of data collection become as important as the knowledge acquired.2 Historically, research on North Cited by: African indigenous knowledge systems and relevance of higher education in South Africa indigenous knowledge systems as a tool for making higher education relevant to the developmental challenges in South Africa and African at large (Muya, ).

The call for the interfacing of iKS with other knowledge systems is based on tenetsFile Size: KB. These knowledge systems, developed over countless generations, are based on individual and collectively learned experiences and explanations of the. (UNESCO) Indigenous knowledge is the local knowledge that is unique to a culture or society.

Other names for it include: ‘local knowledge’, ‘folk. 4 Read Herman Michell’s book, Working with Aboriginal Communities in Places of Higher Learning Read Herman Michell’s book, Working with Elders and Indigenous Knowledge Systems: A Reader and Guide for Places of Higher Learning Read Kovach, Carriere, Montgomery, Barrett and Gillies () Indigenous Presence Working with Indigenous Elders: Jonathan H.

Ellerby: Overview: This Book is a reprint of “Working with Aboriginal Elders”. The content is exactly the same except for the word “Aboriginal” has been changed to ”Indigenous” in the title and throughout the book. Based on the teachings and experience of a select group of local Elders.

I wrongly assumed this book would contain a fair presentation of indigenous cultures that have contributed to global knowledge, science and medicine, but this book is (another) ridiculous "west" compared to some selective (non-European) "indigenous", as if there is no indigenous culture, medicine, history, science or knowledge that exists in /5(39).

Indigenous elders are the holders of cultural knowledge, keepers of traditional lore and role models to younger generations. As the country. Working with Elders and Indigenous Knowledge Systems: A Reader and Guide for Places of Higher Learning By: Herman J.

Michell, PhD View Book Add to cart USD. Many indigenous knowledge systems extend the notion of knowledge construction to a cooperative activity involving the other-than-human life that surrounds us.

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From an IS perspective, Elders are custodians of knowledge because they identify the contributions of Indigenous people to science (e.g., ecology, biology, agriculture, medicine, astronomy, navigation and sustainability); and are responsible for passing this knowledge and related wisdom practices to succeeding : Gloria Snively, Wanosts'a Lorna Williams.