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Canadian Journal of Native Education

2000 Volume 24, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Aboriginal Language-Learning in Cyberspace: A Typology of Language-Related Web Sites and Their Potential Uses

    Elizabeth Yeoman

    The literature on language diversity, linguistic human rights, and language renewal is reviewed, and Web sites dedicated to Aboriginal languages are examined. The Internet provides a resource... More

    pp. 120-33

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  2. Becoming a Teacher: Experiences of First Nations Student Teachers in Isolated Communities

    Cheryll Duquette

    Research examined the experiences of 14 student teachers living in isolated areas who completed the University of Ottawa's 2-year community-based Native teacher education program. Factors... More

    pp. 134-43

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  3. Keeping the Seventh Fire: Developing an Undergraduate Degree Program for Aboriginal Adult Educators

    Michael Kompf & John Hodson

    Brock University (Ontario); an Ontario television station; and the Iroquois, Ojibwa, and Metis Nations are collaborating on the development of an Aboriginal adult education degree program. The clan... More

    pp. 185-202

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