UAF- NWC College Jump-Start ED F193 Alaska Native Education Presentation: Teaching with Cultural Competence PDF Print E-mail

ED F193: Alaska Native Education was a college course taught to high school students by Dr. Barb (QasuGlana) Amarok during the 2019 UAF-Northwest Campus Jump-Start Summer College Bridging Program in Nome, Alaska.

This introductory course provided high school students exposure to the teaching profession, a historical aspect of education for indigenous peoples in Alaska, and an opportunity for students to articulate their own philosophy of education for students in the Bering Strait region.

The following is a student presentation from the ED F193 experience.

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