Resources and Bibliography

(These are the resources and bibliography for Rose Honey’s curriculum, “Discovering Our Relationship with Water.”)

Aikenhead, G., & Jegede, O. (1999). Cross-cultural science education: A cognitive explanation of a cultural phenomenon. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 36, 269-287.

Clapton, E. [seahope4u] (2011) Let it Rain – Eric Clapton [Video File] Retrieved from

Creedence Clearwater Revival [masterofacdsuckaS] (2007). Creedence Clearwater Revival: Have you ever seen the rain? [Video File] Retrieved from

Gabriel, P. [RoddyPiper5] (2009). Peter Gabriel – Red Rain [Video File] Retrieved from

Huang, A. [Andrew Huang] (2013). A song made out of water [Video File] Retrieved from

Incredible String Band [John Steinkamp] (2011) The Water Song [Video File] Retrieved from

Lavender, D. (2001). Chapter 11, The Way to the Western Sea. In G. Moulton (Ed.), The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Retrieved April 25, 2014, from the University of Nebraska Press / University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries-Electronic Text Center, The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition web site:

MacIntyre, B. [Brenda MacIntyre] (2010). Native American Water Healing Song – Crystal Clear [Video File]Retrieved from

National Park Service (2013) Lewis & Cark National Historic Trail. History & Culture, Retrieved from:

Paisley, B. [BRADPAISLEYVEVO] (2010). Brad Paisley – Water [Video File] Retrieved from

Rainy Mood [RainyMoodHD] (2012). [Video File] Retrieved from

Salish-Pend d’Oreille Culture Committee, Elders Cultural Advisory Council, and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (2008). The Salish People and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press Bison Books.