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American Indian Studies Program Guide

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290 pagine
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Pubblicato:
Dec 8, 2010
ISBN:
9781426932977
Formato:
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In this increasingly homogenous society, the American Indian Studies Program Guide provides a framework for college educators and administrators to develop degree programs focusing on American Indian studies, with an eye toward creating future leaders for Indian communities.

These degree programs are intended to help American Indians gain control of their own educational systems and develop institutions that can help to reverse the alarmingly high dropout rate. This book provides all the tools necessary for college educators and administrators to develop top-notch programs, including:

Diagnostic tests to determine students level of knowledge
Defined learning goals and objectives
Seminar descriptions
Established grading criteria
Useful outside resources

Six courses make up the interdisciplinary curriculum: The North American Indian, American Indian History, American Indian Law and Federal Policy, American Indian Religion and Philosophy, American Indian Literature, and the History of American Indian Education.

The American Indian Studies Program Guide offers a proven approach and insights into the problems American Indians have faced in the past and the battles they continue to fight today.
Pubblicato:
Dec 8, 2010
ISBN:
9781426932977
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

Byron Lee Blackwell graduated from New College School of Law and earned a master’s degree in ethnic studies from San Francisco State University, as well as a degree in education from Nova Southeastern University. He wrote three textbooks for his doctorate in higher education. An American Indian, he recently lived in Tucson, Ariz.

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© Copyright 2010 Byron Lee Blackwell.

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I received a copyright in 2009, and published my doctoral dissertation with ProQuest LLC.

The views expressed in this work are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the publisher, and the publisher hereby disclaims any responsibility for them.

Printed in the United States of America.

isbn: 978-1-4269-3295-3 (sc)

isbn: 978-1-4269-3296-0 (hc)

isbn: 978-1-4269-3297-7 (e)

Library of Congress Control Number: 2010905873

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Table of Contents

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES PROGRAM

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

Section A: American Indian Program (Minor and Major)

Special Study In American Indian Studies: 1-3 units.

Special Study In American Indian Studies: 1-3 units.

Directed Reading In American Indian Studies:

Section B: AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES DIAGNOSIS TEST

Section C: American Indian Studies Courses

INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES 1A

Policies and Procedures:

THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN 1B

Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes

Exploring Ancient Native America: An Archaeological Guide.

AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY 2B

Evaluation and grading:

AMERICAN INDIAN LAW AND FEDERAL POLICY 3A

AMERICAN INDIAN LAW AND FEDERAL POLICY

AMERICAN INDIAN RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY 4A

Shamanic Healing and Ritual Drama: Health and Medicine in Native North American Religions

Yuwipi: Vision and Experience in Oglala Ritual

AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE 4B

American Indian Literature: An Anthology

AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION 5B

II. Course Goals and Outcomes:

A. Outcome Statement:

IV. ASSESSMENT:

V. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

FINAL EXAMINATION

AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE 2A

Supplemental Reading:

Evaluation and Grading:

The Native American Sweat Lodge: History and Legends

AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN 3B

Supplemental Reading:

Evaluation and Grading:

Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700-1835. (1998).

Pocahontas

Sacajawea

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY 5A

Evaluation and Grading:

The State Of Native America: Genocide, Colonization, and Resistance

Exiled In The Land Of The Free: Democracy, Indian Nations and the U.S. Constitution

Indian Country

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN LEGAL POLICY 6A

Evaluation and Grading:

Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom

American Indian Water Rights And The Limits Of Law

AMERICAN INDIAN DEMOCRACY 7A

Evaluation and Grading:

Indian Roots of Democracy

APPENDICES

Wampum Belts: George Morgan, Native Americans, and Revolutionary Diplomacy

AMERICAN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY 8A

Evaluation and Grading:

The Indian Roots

American Indian Genesis

INDIAN TREATIES, (1778-1888) 6B

Supplemental Reading:

Evaluation and Grading:

CHEROKEE TREATIES 7B

American Indian Treaties And International Law: Compelling The Doctrine Of Jus Cogens.

AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURE 8B

Evaluation and Grading:

Basic Call to Consciousness

Sacred Earth: The Spiritual Landscape Of Native America

Indian Givers: How The Indians Of The Americas Transformed The World

AMERICAN INDIAN ART 9A

Evaluation and Grading:

AMERICAN INDIAN MUSIC 9B

Course Objectives:

Learning Outcomes:

Evaluation and Grading:

Section D: Course Implementation Plan

Section E: Student Evaluation Form

Section F: Course Evaluation Plan

INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES 1A

THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN 1B

AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE 2A

AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY 2B

AMERICAN INDIAN LAW AND FEDERAL POLICY 3A

AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN 3B

AMERICAN INDIAN RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY 4A

AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE 4B

CONTEMPORARY AMERICA INDIAN HISTORY 5A

AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION 5B

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN LEGAL POLICY 6A

TREATIES (1778-1888) 6B

AMERICAN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY 8A

AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURE 8B

AMERICAN INDIAN ART 9A

AMERICAN INDIAN MUSIC 9B

Course Objectives:

Learning Outcomes:

Section G: Program Evaluation

Part Two: MASTER OF ARTS IN AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

Section A: American Indian Studies Graduate Program

Required Texts:

Section B: American Indian Studies Courses

A. I. S. 700 RESEARCH METHODS IN AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

Texts:

A. I. S. 710 THEORIES/CONCEPTS IN AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

Texts:

I. WHAT IS THE ESSENCE OF THE CREATION STORY?

II. THE MYTHICAL BEINGS

III. MYTHICAL SYMBOLS AND SIGNS

IV. MYTHICAL EVENTS

V. MYTHICAL PLACES

VI. WHAT DOES THE MYTH REVEAL A BOUT:

VII. WHAT GENERAL IMPLICATION DOES THE MYTH HAVE FOR THOUGHT AND ACTION AS WELL AS THEORIES AND CONCEPTS OF YOUR ETHNIC SPECIALIZATION?

VIII. DOCUMENTATION

I. WHAT IS THE ESSENCE OF THE CREATION STORY?

II. THE MYTHICAL BEINGS

III. MYTHICAL SYMBOLS AND SIGNS

IV. MYTHICAL EVENTS

V. MYTHICAL PLACES

VI. WHAT DOES THE MYTH REVEAL ABOUT:

VII. WHAT GENERAL IMPLICATION DOES THE MYTH HAVE FOR THOUGHT AND ACTION AS WELL AS THEORIES AND CONCEPTS OF YOUR ETHNIC SPECIALIZATION?

VIII. DOCUMENTATION

A. I. S. 720 AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES COMMUNITY INTERNSHIP

Texts:

A. I. S. 850 ISSUES IN AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

Texts:

A. I. S. 880 NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN

Texts:

A. I. S. 890 HUNTERS/GATHERERS

Texts:

A. I. S. 900 CULTURAL CONTEXT: SHAMANISM

Texts:

A. I. S. 910 AMERICAN INDIAN EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERNSHIP SEMINAR

Texts:

A. I. S. 920 AMERICAN INDIAN TEACHER TRAINING INTERNSHIP SEMINAR

Texts:

A. I. S. 930 DIRECTED READING IN AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

MASTERS THESIS

Section C: Course Implementation Plan

Section D: Student Evaluation Form

Section E: Course Evaluation Plan

A. I. S. 700 Research Methods in A. I. S.

A. I. S. 710 Theories/Concepts

A. I. S. 720 A. I. S. Community Internship

A. I. S. 850 Issues in American Indian Studies

A. I. S. 880 North American Indian

A. I. S. 890 Hunter/Gatherers

A. I. S. 900 Cultural Context: Shamanism

A. I. S. 910 American Indian Earl Childhood Internship in A. I. S.

A. I. S. 920 American Indian Teacher Training Internship in A. I. S.

A. I. S. 930 Directed Reading In American Indian Studies

A. I. S. 950 Masters Thesis

Section F: Program Evaluation

Part Three: Doctoral of Education in American Indian Higher Education

Section A: American Indian Doctoral Program in Education

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION IN AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

Doctoral Program in American Indian Education

Doctoral Program Objectives:

Doctoral Program Outcomes:

Doctoral Student Outcomes:

The Doctoral Curriculum in American Indian Education consists of:

Core Seminars

Section B: Doctoral of Education Courses

EdD 800 INTRODUCTION TO DOCTORAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES IN AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

Required Text:

EdD 810 TEACHING AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

Required Texts:

EdD 820 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRAM PLANNING

Required Texts:

EdD 830 GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT

Required Texts:

EdD 840 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

Required Text:

EdD 850 SOCIETAL FACTORS AFFECTING EDUCATION

Required Texts:

EdD 860 LEADERSHIP IN AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

Required Text:

EdD 870 SEMINAR SPECIALIZATION ONE: EMERGENCE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN AMERICA

Required Texts:

EdD 880 SEMINAR TWO: POLITICS, LAW, AND ECONOMICS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Required Text:

Nova Southeastern University Class Handout for Politics, Law, and Economics Seminar.

Recommended Text:

EdD 890 COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION

Eligibility:

EdD 890 APPLIED DISSERTATION REPORT

Section C: Course Implementation Plan

EdD 900 Applied Doctoral Dissertation Report

Section D: Student Evaluation Form

Section E: Course Evaluation Plan

EdD 800 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES IN AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

EdD 810 TEACHING AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

EdD 820 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRAM PLANNING IN AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

EdD 830 GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT

EdD 840 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

EdD 850 SOCIETAL FACTORS AFFECTING EDUCATION

EdD 860 LEADERSHIP IN AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

EdD 870 SEMINAR SPECIALIZATION ONE: POLITICS, LAW, AND ECONOMICS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

EdD 870 SEMINAR SPECIALIZATION ONE: EMERGENCE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN AMERICA

EdD 880 SEMINAR SPECIALIZATION TWO: POLITICS, LAW, AND ECONOMICS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

EdD 890 WRITTEN COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION

EdD 890 APPLIED DISSERTATION REPORT

Section F: Doctoral Evaluation Plan

Section G: Grand Vision Action Plan

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES PROGRAM

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

Purpose Mission, Program Objectives

The purpose of the mission statement is to guide the academic leadership of a college or university in determining what educational programs are appropriate for the institution’s curriculum by clearly identifying the department or school’s overall purpose. A written statement of purpose helps to maintain stability and continuity. In creating a philosophical framework for an American Indian Studies program the following criteria has been established.

Purpose of an American Indian Studies Program

The future direction for American Indian education is self-determination so American Indians can control their own educational systems, and their own political, social and spiritual institutions so that the alarmingly high dropout rate of Indian students can be retarded. The purpose of the American Indian Studies Program is to create future leaders for Indian communities.

Mission Statement

A mission statement is a written statement of purpose that serves as the foundation on which the department or university serves, and as the foundation on which the department builds and justifies the grounds for its existence within the university.

Mission Statement for an American Indian Studies Program

The American Indian Studies Program is designed to present a conceptual framework for students to gain knowledge of a spiritual/ecological/ holistic way of life that has existed for thousands of years in Native North America. The tribal life ways of Native peoples from pre-contact times through the contemporary area allows students to experience tribal histories, ancient religions, various art forms, musical styles and media as an integral element of American Indian cultural expression. The foundation of American Indian Studies programs is Indian cultural and spiritual values regarding the ecological caretaking of mother earth, and vocational/technical skills they so can began using these skills in the service of their Indian communities early in their college careers.

Program Goals

Goal One: It is an objective of ________ college/university to implement a two-year associate of arts degree in American Indian Studies or a three year bachelor of arts degree in American Indian Studies.

Goal Two: It is an objective of ________ college/university to provide liberal arts courses in American Indian Studies that are transferable to four year universities.

Goal Three: It is an objective of ________ college/university to provide students with opportunities to learn the Cherokee language, history and culture.

Goal Four: It is an objective of ________ college/university to increase student understanding and comprehension of

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