This is a live recording of Annie Sorrell and Tommy Mackey at the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) 48th Annual Conference in Lexington, Kentucky on October 17, 2019. The topic of this session was focused on the diverse interests in environmental science that have grappled with the differences between mainstream quantitative science and qualitative Indigenous science. This hands-on presentation is for education practitioners who have questions about what these differences mean for environmental education. Be sure to check out the link below to download the PowerPoint so you can follow along.
- the importance of place
- Indigenous perspectives on land
- how a worldview shaped Onondaga Lake
- how a worldview shaped the Mission Mountain Tribal Wilderness
- moving forward with two lenses
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