Using auto-ethnography, Decolonizing Indigenous Education: An Amazigh/Berber Ethnographic Journey, (PDF) narrates the journey of growing a instructional philosophy from and for the Kayble of Algeria and undertakes to pen the sociological foundations of an Kayble schooling system.
“How do indigenous peoples increase their youngsters inside their distinctive cultures given the tensions skilled every day in a rising local weather of globalization? Taieb’s response to this profoundly essential query sits on the core of indigenous cultures all through the world. By drawing on an autoethnographic method concentrating on the Amazigh/Berber of Algeria, he is ready to produce insights that pierce the complexities of the energy and weaknesses of cultural recognition and restoration and the half that schooling can play in reestablishing hope and giving braveness.” – Wally Penetito, Professor of Maori Education, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
“The necessity for an indigenous scholarship by indigenous students is big. Taieb’s thought-upsetting Amazigh/Berber autoethnography is a strong reclaiming of language, tradition, and id. His emotional narrative episodes and reflexivity present insightful glimpses of Kabyle life and landscapes and understanding of Berber tradition. His voice and resilience problem mainstream analysis and education. This inspiring, revolutionary textual content, a major contribution to indigenous, decolonizing pedagogies and methodologies, requires relational, crucial voice-centered methodologies in human investigation.” – Mary H. Maguire, Professor of Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University, Canada
“Taieb’s research of the Berber/Kabyle tradition of his ancestors discloses new floor in its exploration of indigenous information. This is a celebration of an earliest and engaging individuals whose traditions have survived a number of colonial regimes. Strangely, the tradition continues to be each artistic and vibrant within the face of constant repression. Taieb’s work triggers new questions and gives startling insights into the indigenous expertise on a world degree. This extraordinary work, audacious in conception and wealthy intimately, makes use of a brand new method to analysis. Working from deep inside his household, private, and group information, together with quite a lot of scholarly views, Taieb succeeds in bringing into focus the creative, environmental, emotional, non secular and political scopes of the individuals of the Atlas mountains.” – Ann Beer, former Associate Professor, McGill University, Canada
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