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Unsettling settler-colonial education : the Transformational Indigenous Praxis Model / Cornel Pewewardy, Anna Lees, and Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn, editors ; foreword by Tiffany S. Lee; afterword by Michael Yellow Bird.

Format Book and Print
Publication Info New York, NY : Teachers College Press, [2022]
Copyright Notice ©2022
Descriptionxviii, 222 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Other author/creatorPewewardy, Cornel, editor.
Other author/creatorLees, Anna, editor.
Other author/creatorMinthorn, Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah, editor.
Other author/creatorLee, Tiffany S., writer of foreword.
Other author/creatorYellow Bird, Michael, writer of afterword.
Series Multicultural education series
Multicultural education series (New York, N.Y.) ^A388710
Contents Part I : -- Birth-Grade-12 Education 1. -- Native American language teachers going beyond their classrooms / Geneva Becenti 2. -- Indigenous knowledges to transform public education / Anthony B. Craig and Chelsea M. Craig 3. -- Exploring, leading, and managing Indigenous K-12 education / yahnesuarʉ mohatsi Part II : -- Teacher Education 4. -- Examining teacher education and practice through the Transformational Indigenous Praxis Model (TIPM) / Dolores Calderón 5. -- Early childhood teacher education for transformation / Anna Lees and Verónica Nelly Vélez 6. -- White, Christian, male privilege and colonialism : contending with Chief Wahoo in the multicultural education classroom / Jeanette Haynes Writer 7. -- Indigenous teacher education : reflections of pathway-making through primarily white institutions toward indigenous futures / Tahlia Natachu, Cornel Pewewardy, and Anna Lees Part III : Higher Education 8. -- Tribal college and university (TCU) faculty as Native nation builders / Natalie Rose Youngbull 9. -- Learning on and from the land : Indigenous perspectives on university land-based learning pedagogies / Virginia Drywater-Whitekiller and Jeff Corntassel 10. -- Facilitating wayfinding in social work education : a Pinay scholar warrior of Kapu Aloha and Mahalaya's roles and responsibilities / Alma M. Ouanesisouk Trinidad, Brenda Cruz Jaimes, Brandon Join Alik, Ann Jeline Manabat, Austin Delos Santos, and Sherry Gobaleza 11. -- Transformational praxis in higher education / Hyuny Clark-Shim Part IV : -- Educational Leadership 12. -- Learning with each other : a relational Indigenous leadership philosophy / Dawn Hardison-Stevens 13. -- Resistance and survivance for Indigenous educational leadership : applying the Transformational Indigenous Praxis Model to support educational self-determination / Hollie J. Mackey, Sashay Schettler, and Melissa Cournia 14. -- Set the prairie on fire : confronting colonial entanglements through autoethnographic ribbon work / Alex RedCorn 15. -- Native Educational Sovereignty in Teaching and Leadership (NESTL) : the transformation of leadership utilizing a holistic corn pollen model to serve all students at a research university / Shawn Secatero 16. -- Indigenizing doctoral programs : embodying Indigenous community ways of being / Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn 17. -- Intergenerational connections through Cheyenne and Arapaho female leadership experiences / Carrie F. Whitlow.
Abstract "This book presents the Transformational Indigenous Praxis Model (TIPM), an innovative framework for promoting critical consciousness toward decolonization efforts among educators. The TIPM challenges readers to examine how even the most well-intentioned educators are complicit in reproducing ethnic stereotypes, racist actions, deficit-based ideology, and recolonization. Drawing from decades of collaboration with teachers and school leaders serving Indigenous children and communities, this volume will help educators better support the development of their students' critical thinking skills. Representing a holistic balance, the text is organized in four sections: Birth-Grade 12 and Community Education, Teacher Education, Higher Education, and Educational Leadership. Unsettling Settler-Colonial Education centers the needs of teachers, children, families, and communities that are currently engaged in public education and who deserve an improved experience today, while also committing to more positive Indigenous futurities."-- page 4 of cover.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN 2022287156
ISBN9780807766811 (hardcover)
ISBN080776681X (hardcover)
ISBN9780807766804 (paperback)
ISBN0807766801 (paperback)

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