By Gloria Emeagwali, Edward Shizha
This ebook is an highbrow trip into epistemology, pedagogy, physics, structure, medication and metallurgy. the point of interest is on a variety of dimensions of African Indigenous wisdom (AIK) with an emphasis at the sciences, a space that has been missed in AIK discourse. The authors supply varied perspectives and views on African indigenous medical and technological wisdom which may profit a large spectrum of lecturers, students, scholars, improvement brokers, and coverage makers, in either governmental and non-governmental companies, and allow severe and substitute analyses and percentages for figuring out technological know-how and expertise in an African ancient and modern context.
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This is where indigenous students will contribute integrated knowledge systems (for example, their beliefs, values and spirituality) into their design ideas, like suggesting a shape that is attuned to their cultural milieu or a particular value system in the design of an artifact. Adopting a Co-Creative Orientation Towards Knowledge Knowledge is co-created and community-owned rather than individualized; with elders being the libraries of such knowledge they possess the richness of indigenous 24 PEDAGOGICAL PRINCIPLES IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION knowledge.