## Native American Pedagogy and Cognitive-based Mathematics Instruction |

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### Contents

CHAPTER Page | v |

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM | 1 |

A LITERATURE REVIEW OF NATIVE AMERICAN PEDAGOGY | 10 |

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Native American Pedagogy and Cognitive-based Mathematics Instruction Judith Elaine Hankes Limited preview - 1998 |

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