Difficult Dialogues: Alaska Native Ways of Teaching and Learning

Difficult Dialogues ImageUniversity of Alaska Anchorage Faculty

Introducing Faculty to Alaska Native Ways of Teaching and Learning & Difficult Dialogues
Libby Roderick
Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE)

On the Nature and Implications of Gift-Giving: Moral Perspectives
Raymond Anthony
Philosophy

Inquiry, Engagement, and Storytelling: Using Narrative to Develop the Skills of Research Writing
Jacqueline Cason
Department of English

Building Leadership and Collaboration Skills by Doing Participatory Action Research
Diane Erickson
University Honors College

Integration of Alaska Native Ways of Knowing into a Distance Delivered Graduate Level Course
Susan Garton
Educational Leadership

Challenging Student Ideas about Race, Ethnicity and Identity
Diane Hirshberg
Educational Policy

Listen, Then Talk: Using Conversations about Books-of-the-Year to Model Culturally Responsive Teaching
Ann Jache
Sociology, Liberal Studies, Gerontology

Confronting Alaska Native Issues in the Writing Classroom
Trish Jenkins
Department of English

Big Ben, Whalers, Maori and Beyond
Kimberly J. Pace
Political Science

Adapting Traditional Ways of Teaching to Undergraduate Legal Studies
Deborah Periman
Justice Center/Paralegal Studies

A New Path: Utilizing Alaska Native Ways of Teaching and Learning to get Students Writing
Don Rearden
Community and Technical College

Alaska Pacific University Faculty

Thinking Like a Native Alaskan: The Necessity of Place-Based Knowledge
Mei Mei Evans
Liberal Studies

Diversity, Self-awareness and Change: An Exploration of Alaska Native Ways of Knowing
Dorothy Shepard Dunne
Human Services

Alaska Native Pedagogies in Introductory Marine Field Work
David Scheel
Marine Biology and Environmental Sciences