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Coffin, Juli; Larson, Ann; Cross, Donna – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2010
Aboriginal children appear to be more likely to be involved in bullying than non-Aboriginal children. This paper describes part of the "Solid Kids Solid Schools" research process and discusses some of the results from this three year study involving over 260 Aboriginal children, youth, elders, teachers and Aboriginal Indigenous Education…
Descriptors: Violence, Indigenous Populations, Bullying, Foreign Countries
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Liu, Wei-Yu; Teele, Sue – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2009
This paper attempts to develop an intelligence-fair assessment tool to explore the intelligence profiles of 15 second grade Amis pupils. This study was conducted in an elementary school in Taiwan with a largely Amis population of lower socioeconomic status. The results illustrate that the most developed intelligence for eight pupils was musical…
Descriptors: Multiple Intelligences, Ethnic Groups, Foreign Countries, Profiles
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Peng, Xuefang – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2007
The Hmong are the second largest tribal group in Thailand. Hmong society is stratified by both age and gender. Women were considered inferior to men in Hmong traditional society. There was a strong bias against education for Hmong women in the past. Hmong women's access to education has improved with recent developments in the socio-economy and…
Descriptors: Females, Hmong People, Foreign Countries, Access to Education