This new edited collection, published by Springer, is co-edited by GIER scholar, Dr Sue Whatman. This 10 chapter, 214 page book, provides discussions and case studies from Australia and Canada, explaining the complex inter-cultural contexts and situations, while celebrating the the scholarship of Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars in the field.
Springer describe this volume as providing “… invaluable guidance for community, school and university-based educators who are evaluating their educational philosophies and practices to support Indigenizing education”.
The examples “illustrate how Indigenous and non-Indigenous educators have worked together to Indigenize their educational practices, showcasing community empowerment and reconciliation agendas”.
The edited collection is a valuable resources for early career educators, enabling them “to gain a meaningful and critical understanding of what Indigenizing education can mean in their own future practice”.
For more information about this book, contact Dr Whatman.