Native Ways of Knowing Micro-courses
Learn how to create intentional learning spaces to engage, support, and honor K12 American Indian students. Learnings will create a foundation for understanding American Indian student identity and needs; raise awareness about historical bias and institutional racism; and encourage participants to identify strategies for American Indian student success.
Explore elements that are guiding principles for California Indian Education for All. The 150+ tribes of California each have distinct and unique heritage, cultural traditions, tribal members, language, and government that contribute to modern California.
Presented by: Nicole Myers-Lim
Design intentional learning spaces to engage, support, and honor K12 American Indian students. Explore American Indian student identity and needs; learn about historical bias and institutional racism; and identify strategies for AI/AN student success.
Presented by: Dr. Joely Proudfit and Nicole Myers-Lim
Learn from the acclaimed Ojibwe author and professor, Dr. Anton Treuer, as he offers a thoughtful, personal, and engaging keynote and reflective conversation about his book, Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask (Young Readers Edition).
Presented by: Dr. Joely Proudfit and Dr. Anton Treuer
Identity and Stereotypes: Why Do Representations Matter?, an educational resource aimed at educating California’s youth on a critical issue facing Native Peoples. This curriculum was developed by the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center.
Learn the importance of acknowledging the diversity of Indigenous peoples' cultures, traditions, and languages. Learn the impact of words and tips for using appropriate terminology to prevent stereotypes and encourage cultural understanding for students.
Learn about the history of American Indian Boarding Schools. Thousands of Native American children were forced to attend boarding schools created to strip them of their culture. Explore how tribal members are reclaiming their history and healing as a community.
California Indian Education for All Partners