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Dissertation in Practice
Doctor of Educational Leadership (EdD)
UWT-Muckleshoot Cohort Doctoral Program
Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn, Ph.D.
Michelle Montgomery, Ph.D.
Laura Lynn, Ph.D.
This research study will interview participants from the first cohort of the Indigenizing Pedagogy Institute at the University of Washington Tacoma. The current educational system is failing to adequately serve American Indian/Alaska Native Students' Educational needs. Education creates knowledge, develops our political and civic goals, and systemically influences socialization and how we see ourselves and others; it determines our economic future and well-being. We must modify our pedagogy if we are to meet the needs of American Indian/Alaska Native Students.
Halcomb, Ramona, "Preparing the Future, Healing the Past, & Being in the Moment with Teachers as they Indigenize the Way They Teach" (2023). Ed.D. Dissertations in Practice. 78.
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