Make Math Work: Area and Angles - Welder, paper ed, LIMITED QUANTITES

$9.95

Make Math Work: Area and Angles - Welder Preparing Indigenous Students for Apprenticeship and Employment by Miranda Miller and Robert Horton is one of the titles in Ningwakwe's new series, Make Math Work. Each 24-page book in the series focuses on one area of math and numeracy as it relates to a particular job or career. This title begins by introducing the Anishinaabe concept and meaning of fire to their traditional knowledge. The work of a welder requires skills and the ability to calculate and understand angles and area.

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Make Math Work: Ratios - Cook/Baker Preparing Indigenous Students for Apprenticeship and Employment, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

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Make Math Work: Ratios and Proportions - Cook/Baker Preparing Indigenous Students for Apprenticeship and Employment by Miranda Miller and Robert Horton is one of the titles in Ningwakwe's new series, Make Math Work. Each 24-page book in the series focuses on one area of math and numeracy as it relates to a particular job or career. This title begins by introducing special spirit food used during Ojibwe ceremonies and feasts in the past and in contemporary times. Food is something essential to all cultures. Various bakers and cooks can be found on First Nations.

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Make Math Work: Estimation - Hairstylist, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

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Make Math Work: Estimation - Hairstylist Preparing Indigenous Students for Apprenticeship and Employment by Miranda Miller and Robert Horton is one of the titles in Ningwakwe's new series, Make Math Work. Each 24-page book in the series focuses on one area of math and numeracy as it relates to a particular job or career. This title begins by introducing an Ojibwe example of traditional knowledge regarding the sweetgrass braid. Often called the hair of Mother Earth, sweetgrass when braided represents mind, body, and spirit.

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Teaching and Learning in Aboriginal Education, second ed, paper ed

$94.95

Teaching and Learning in Aboriginal Education helps pre-service teachers prepare themselves for the challenges and joys of teaching Aboriginal students in urban, remote and rural primary and secondary schools. The book balances the practical, personal and theoretical to convey the richness of diversity to be found within Australian classrooms. This second editions replaces Teaching and Learning in Indigenous Education. Based on personal experiences and those of other teachers in Australia, the book is organized with basic chapters, subheadings, information boxes, and quotes.

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Anishnaabe Look at Exploring Measurement, An, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

$15.95

An Anishnaabe Look at Exploring Measurement was developed by Ningwakwe Learning Press to assist adult literacy learners with understanding measurement from an Ojibwe perspective. The authors provide background information about traditional methods of Ojibwe measurement for time, temperature and length. Designed as a workbook, this 44-page resource provides problems for solving using a traditional view of measuring for everyday activities. An answer key is provided.

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Native American Mathematics, paper ed

$71.95

13 scholarly articles about Indigenous mathematics in the Americas: Native American Number System by Michael P Closs; Numerical Representations in North American Rock Art by William Breen Murray; Some Notes on Quantification and Numerals in an Amazon Indian Language by Maurizio Covaz Gnerre; The Calendrical and Numerical Systems of the Nootka by William J. Folan; Chumash Numerals by Madison S. Beeler; Cultural Ecology of Mathematics: Ojibway and Inuit Hunters by J. Peter Denny; Tallies and the Ritual Use of Number in Ojibway Pictography by Michael P.

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