Moving from everyday life to school as a learning arena : an academization of traditional knowledge
The topic of this paper is the school’s responsibility in the intersection between traditional and academic knowledge. The focus is on Sámi traditional knowledge, traditional ways of learning and the school as an area for learning. The heading indirectly communicates that daily living and traditional knowledge are connected. That is however too simple as a general statement, especially in a present-day cultural vitalization perspective. Central concepts in this reflection will be tradition related to knowledge, and academization related to a primary school context.
SeriesEureka Digital 8, 2008
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