Vincent Werito

Vincent Werito is Ta’neeszahnii, born for Naakai Dine’é. His maternal grandfathers are Kinłichiinii and his paternal grandfathers are Tódichiiníí. He is originally from Na’neelzhiin (Torreon, New Mexico), a rural Navajo community southwest of Cuba, New Mexico. He is an associate professor in the College of Education and Health Sciences at the University of New Mexico in the Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies. His research examines Indigenous education and Diné language revitalization.

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Transforming Diné Education

Transforming Diné Education

Innovations in Pedagogy and Practice

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