Throughout this chapter we use the terms Indigenous, First Nations Peoples and Aboriginal as terms referring to the Traditional Owners of the nations discussed. The authors acknowledge that they are both non-Indigenous researchers learning and working alongside Indigenous communities with an intention to enter into respectful and efficacious dialogue on the subject of conducting research within Indigenous community contexts. Hence, we understand our position as ‘outsiders’ seeking to build relationships and engage the appropriate protocols and methods to ensure that research with Indigenous communities is culturally appropriate and inclusive.
|Title of host publication||The Sage handbook of outdoor play and learning|
|Editors||Tim Waller, Eva Ärlemalm-Hagsér, Ellen Beate Hansen Sandseter, Libby Lee-Hammond, Kristi Lekies, Shirley Wyver|
|Place of Publication||London, England|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- children's perspectives
- Solomon Islands
- learning through play
Lee-Hammond, L., & Colliver, Y. (2017). Indigenous methodologies in education research: case study of children's play in Solomon Islands. In T. Waller, E. Ärlemalm-Hagsér, E. B. H. Sandseter, L. Lee-Hammond, K. Lekies, & S. Wyver (Eds.), The Sage handbook of outdoor play and learning (pp. 496-510). London, England: SAGE Publications.