Intercultural education: R5-144/1970E-PDF
a study of the effects of interperson-perceptions upon Indian and non-Indian pupils in southern Alberta /
"An area vastly in need of study in the field of Education today is that of intercultural education. Intercultural education involves the similarities and differences which exist in cultural socialization practices similarities which make the teacher's work of inducing learning easy; and differences which seem to make that task, in certain instances, almost impossible. While intercultural education may be considered by some as including trans-cultural implications between nations, greater intensification of intercultural understandings can be discovered through studies of carefully defined geographical regions within a nation. This study involved the latter application, i.e. research in Southern Alberta of trans-cultural perceptions of Indian and non-Indian pupils and their teachers in culturally integrated and non-integrated classrooms"--Introd., p. i.
|Department/Agency||Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Faculty of Education. Indian Studies Group.|
|Subtitle||a study of the effects of interperson-perceptions upon Indian and non-Indian pupils in southern Alberta /|
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|Note||Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].|
|Number of Pages||629 p. in various pagings :|
|Subject Terms||Indians, Education, Social conditions|
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