Introduction Part I: Meta-Cultural Education: Indigenous Perspectives Chapter 1. Meta-Cultural Understanding of 'Cultures' Chapter 2. Aboriginal Cultural Values in Western Education Chapter 3. Metaphysical Approaches to Worldviews and Relative Otherings Chapter 4. Evolving Dualism in Multicultural Policies Chapter 5. Culturally Inclusive Pedagogy: Duality and Non-Duality Chapter 6. Designing a Third Cultural Space Part II: Pedagogical Alliances of Non-Dualistic Cultures Chapter 7. Non-Dualistic Cultural Inclusivity and Pedagogical Alliances Chapter 8. Holistic Contemplative Pedagogy: Self-Awareness and Contemplation Chapter 9. Holistic Moral Pedagogy: Values and Virtues Education Chapter 10. Communal Character Pedagogy: Teacher Identities Conclusion: The Networked World and Pedagogical Alliances of Cultures
Neal Dreamson is Senior Lecturer at the School of Teacher Education and Leadership at Queensland University of Technology, and the author of Reinventing Intercultural Education. He holds doctoral degrees in intercultural education and user experience design. Through his research and teaching activities, he has explored metaphysical and methodological understandings of multi-, inter- and trans-cultural education.