A Qualitative Case Study of Developing Teacher Identity among American Indian Secondary Teachers from the Ute Teacher Training Program

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Title A Qualitative Case Study of Developing Teacher Identity among American Indian Secondary Teachers from the Ute Teacher Training Program
Subject Utah State University; Intermountain School; United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs; Education; Indian reservations; Federal government; Dissertations, Academic; Children; Teaching; Teachers; Indians of North America--Training; Indians of North America--Education--Utah; Indians of North America--Education
Spatial Coverage Utah
Keywords USU; Ute; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Secondary school; Ute tribe; Indian Agency; Reservations; Intermountain Indian School; Utah Indians; High school; Thesis
Tribe Ute
Creator Exton, Virginia Norris
Description The purpose of this foundational study was to explore the factors that contributed to developing teacher identity among new American Indian teachers. Multifaceted research into the history of American Indian education, the design of American Indian teacher training programs, and the beliefs and experiences of four American Indian secondary teachers gave this study a richly detailed context
Publisher Utah State University
Date 2008
Type Text
Language eng
Rights All rights reserved, Utah State University
ARK ark:/87278/s6k67f9x
Setname uaida_main
Date Created 2012-06-28
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 389313
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6k67f9x