ED 237 : Indigenous Perspectives in Teaching
Indigenous Perspectives in Teaching will analyze a broad range of instructional strategies, approaches, technologies and worldviews that are practiced among native populations throughout Hawaiʻi, Polynesia and the North American continent. This course examines indigenous teaching models from perspectives of Native Hawaiian, Native American, Native Alaskan, Maori and other pacific island peoples. Students will be able to identify and apply pedagogy from various educational traditions to specifically address Native Hawaiian student learning, and generally support teaching and learning for all students of diverse populations.
Placement in ENG 100
Courses: Education (ED)