NSF-OEDG Manoomin Science Camp Project: A Model for Engaging American Indian Students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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Dalbotten, D., Ito, E., Myrbo, A., Pellerin, H., Greensky, L., Howes, T., Wold, A., Breckenridge, R., Drake, C., Bucar, L., Kowalczak, C., Lindner, C., Olson, C., Ray, T. J., Rhoades, R., Woods, P. & Yellowman, T. (2014). NSF-OEDG Manoomin science camp project: A model for engaging American Indian students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Journal of Geosciences Education, 62, 2, 227-243.
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This is a case study of an NSF funded program to increase participation in STEM and geosciences for American Indian students. Culturally relevant practices were utilized such as the Circle of learning, a conceptual framework that emphasizes trust and relationship building between researchers, teachers, students and American Indian community members. 

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