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Cross-Cultural Issues in

Alaskan Education Vol. II

Front Cover 

Edited by
Ray Barnhardt

Center for Cross-Cultural Studies
University of Alaska
Fairbanks, Alaska
September 1982

Contents

Preface -- Ray Barnhardt

Part I -- Educational Policy Issues
1. A Native Philosophy of Education -- Patrick Pavilla
2. Cultural Definitions and Educational Programs -- Patrick Dubbs
3. Cultural Considerations in Technological Innovations -- James M. Orvik
4. The Log School: A Case for Appropriate Design -- Patrick Dubbs and Ray Barnhardt
Part II --Educational Development Issues
1. Psychology of Culture Change and Education for Economic Development -- Andy Tamas
2. Nonformal Educational Strategies for Rural Development in Native Alaska -- Michael J. Gaffney
3. A Cross-Cultural Training and Development Program for Rural Alaskan Teachers -- Steve Grubis.
Part III -- Community/School Issues
1. Bicultural School Organization and Curriculum -- Perry T. Mendenhall
2. Native Cultural Contexts and Formal Education -- Lary Schafer
3. Decisionmaking in a Rural Alaska Community -- Eric Madsen
4. Folklore and Educational Administration in Alaska -- C. Douglas Rider
Part IV -- Teaching/Learning Issues
1. Promises to Keep -- Mark Kuhn and Wendy Rosen Esmailka
2. Tuning-In: Athabaskan Teachers and Athabaskan Students -- Carol Barnhardt
3. Social Control and Social Organization in an Alaskan Athabaskan Classroom -- Howard Van Ness
4. Yup’ik Eskimo Women and Postsecondary Education -- Barbara Harrison

 

 

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