- Social Construction
- Multiple Perspectives
- Interest Convergence
- Missing Voice
- Uncolonized, Epistemology, Ontology, and Pedagogy
Common Culture Knowledge Model
The Common Culture Knowledge Model provides a graphic representation of how to incorporate ethnic, ancestral, and community knowledge that helps to establish the CLEAR Model within the local learning context. This tool helps identify which voices are being marginalized through current institutional practices. The Common Culture Knowledge Model is meant to be used in conjunction with The Foundry Model.
“Education means inspiring someone’s mind, not just filling their head.”