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A friend runs a head start program/pre school for aboriginal children.
She is looking for materials on collaborative practice of staff (most of
the teachers at the school are white/most of the associate teachers are
aboriginal) in early childhood settings, particularly related to the
empowerment of staff.
She is familiar with the Reggio Emilia work in preschools in Italy, but
is looking now for any references regarding work in First
Nations/aboriginal/Native American settings.
Is anyone out there applying Freirian approaches in early childhood
settings with either children or staff or know of such?
Warren Linds
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