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Author Reid, Carol.

Title Negotiating racialised identities : indigenous teacher education in Australia and Canada / Carol Reid
Published Altona, Vic. : Common Ground Publishing, 2004


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 W'PONDS  320.99593 Rei/Nri  AVAILABLE
 MELB  320.99593 Rei/Nri  AVAILABLE
Description 283 pages : illustrations, maps. ; 21 cm
regular print
Contents Making meaning in cross-cultural studies: methodological and theoretical perspectives -- Comparative perspectives on race and culture -- Towards a theory of negotiating difference in Indigenous Teacher Education -- Aboriginal Rural Education Program (AREP) -- The Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP) -- Managing diversity -- Teaching with and through difference -- Un/Becoming an Indigenous teacher
Summary Drawing on a comparative socio-historical overview of racialisation in the Australian and Canadian contexts and interviews with staff, students and administrators in the AREP and NORTEP, the author reveals how the tensions and contradictions of Indigenous teacher education can be productive
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 269-283
Notes Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at the publisher's home page:
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Education (Higher)
Torres Strait Islander teachers -- Training of
Indians of North America -- Training of -- Canada.
Teachers, Aboriginal Australian -- Training of.
Teachers -- Training of -- Australia.
Teachers -- Training of -- Canada.
Indigenous peoples -- Education (Higher) -- Australia.
Indigenous peoples -- Education (Higher) -- Canada.
LC no. 2005360491
ISBN 1863355391
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