Born in Bavaria, Germany. after earning two degrees (Fine Arts, Berlin and Education, M√ľnchen) Norbert moved to Canada concentrating his post graduate research on First Nation issues (M.A. , PhD). He now works in Aboriginal Education at the University of Regina.


Publications:
Reinforcing Identity? A Discussion of Bicultural Education of Canadian First Nation Children in View to Conserving and Strengthening their Cultural Heritage

In this paper I will try to establish a definition of Aboriginal bicultural education, based on the thought that there has to be a cultural basis for any kind of education. This would mean that the basis for Indian education still has to be First Nation culture(s) despite the bicultural contents taught, and it has to be developed and designed by First Nation people. What then is First Nation bicultural education and how can education be defined as both First Nation and bicultural?

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Not Just Adding Aboriginal Contents to a Non-Aboriginal Curriculum: Preparing Saskatchewan Teachers for the Rising Aboriginal School Population

By the year 2016 more than 40% of Saskatchewan's students will be of Aboriginal origin. This presentation shows an example of how teacher training changes to meet this challenge.

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