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Reyhner, Jon (Allan)

REYHNER, Jon (Allan)

REYHNER, Jon (Allan). American, b. 1944. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics, Education. Career: Teacher, junior high school, Chinle, AZ, 1971-73, and Fort Defiance, AZ, 1973-75; assistant principal, Navajo public school in Navajo, NM, 1975-77; principal of schools in Parker, AZ, 1977-78, and Rocky Boy, MT, 1978-80; administrative asst to the superintendent of public schools in Brockton, MT, 1982-83; administrator and principal of an elementary school in Supai, AZ, 1984-85; academic coordinator of community school in Cibecue, AZ, 1985; Eastern Montana College, Billings, asst professor, 1986-90, assoc professor of curriculum and instruction and of Native American studies, 1990-95, coordinator of Indian Bilingual Teacher Training Program, 1986-87; asst director of academics at a community school in Rock Point, AZ, 1988-89; Northern Arizona University, professor of education, 1995-. Consultant on bilingual and Indian education. Publications: (with H. Gilliland) Teaching the Native American, 1988; (with J. Eder) A History of Indian Education, 1989, 2nd ed., 1993. EDITOR: (and contrib.) Teaching the Indian Child, 1986, 2nd ed., 1988; Autobiography of Mark Hanna, 1988; (and contrib.) Effective Language Education Practices and Native Language Survival, Native Language Issues, 1990; (with E.A. Old Coyote) Teepees Are Folded (poetry), 1991; (with R. Schaffer) Search for Identity, 1991; (and contrib.) Teaching American Indian Students, 1992; Partnerships in Education, 1997; Teaching Indigenous Languages, 1997; (with others) Revitalizing Indigenous Languages, 1999; (with others) Learn in Beauty, 2000; (with B. Burnaby) Indigenous Languages across the Community, 2002; (with N. Francis) Language and Literacy Teaching for Indigenous Education, 2002. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to journals. Address: Northern Arizona University, PO Box 5774, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-0001, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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