Abenaki, Ojibwe, MicMac, Irish; father of six (6); Doctor of Education.
American Indian Education, Social justice, Education.
American Indian Education; story telling pedagogy, critical pedagogy
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- Cheeseman, Gary W.. Cross-Cultural Experiential Learning Excursion: The Story of Awakening and Awareness:
A Case Study, 36 my pages/ 13 publisher's pages. Vol. 6, Iss. 2. 1840 Industrial Drive, Suite 160, Libertyville, IL 60048, USA: Journal of Psychology Research/David Publishing, 2016.
- Cheeseman, Gary. What Pre-service Education Students say about Critical Pedagogy and content: American
Indian Boarding schools through a critical lens. In Journal, edited by Dr. Jamal Cooks, 30. Vol. 3, Iss. 1. Granite Falls, Minnesota: Journal of Scholastic Inquiry, 2014.
- Cheeseman, Gary, and Gapp, Susan. Fifth Grade Voices Integrating Storytelling into Classroom Instruction: A Phenomenological
Study, 20-34. Vol. 1, Iss. 3. Education Practice and Innovation, 2014. (DOI: 10.15764?EPI.2014.03004)
- Cheeseman, Gary, and Gapp, Susan. Integrating Storytelling into the Mindset of Prospective Teachers of American Indian
Students. Edited by Alan H. Jones and Heather L. Hazuka, 24 -32. Vol. 19, Iss. 4. San Francisco, CA: Multicultural Education/Caddo Gap Press, 2012.