Champagne (1996). American Indian Studies Is for Everyone.

“On the creative side, academia has served to preserve much about American Indian culture, history, and knowledge, and has presented Indian culture in new media forms. On the other hand, many tribal people and Indian scholars are not comfortable with what has been written, sometimes thinking that the scholarship is not correct, or that sacred knowledge is inappropriately revealed, or the tone of discussion inappropriate.” (p 77)

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Hulleman & Barron (2015). Motivation Interventions in Education: Bridging Theory, Research, and Practice.

“… growth mindset (i.e., belief that intelligence increases over time by engaging in challenging learning activities) … By helping students understand that being challenged can facilitate their learning, an intervention that targets growth mindsets enhances confidence in the ability to learn and achieve performance outcomes.” (p 12)

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Canadian Association of University Teachers. (2015). What Does C-51 Mean for Academic Freedom and Campus Free Speech?

“Academic freedom includes the right to teach, research, publish, and express one’s opinions free from political and institutional censorship. Academic freedom allows universities and colleges to serve the common good of society through searching for, and disseminating, knowledge and understanding, and through fostering independent thinking and expression in academic staff and students. Robust democracies require no less.” (p 3)

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