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Native Ways of Knowing Micro-courses
Indigenized Professional Learning
Champion student learning while teaching the diverse histories, cultures and contributions of California Native peoples
San Diego County Office of Education and California Indian Education for All (CIEFA) will be hosting Native Ways of Knowing micro-courses. Educators and leaders are invited to learn from Native American educational, cultural, and tribal experts. Digital resources and Native Ways of Knowing micro-courses will liberate teachers and schools to educate students about the diverse histories, cultures, and contributions of California Native peoples. Educators and leaders will learn how to champion Indigenous education and design programs that support cultural and linguistic preservation and revitalization. The culturally responsive resources shared will improve representations and classroom climates for teaching and learning about California's first people.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask
In this course, participants will learn from the acclaimed Ojibwe author and professor, Dr. Anton Treuer, as he discusses his book, Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask (Young Readers Edition). The California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center at California State University, San Marcos, California Indian Education for All, and the San Diego County Office of Education hosted the Indigenous Voices: Authentic Children's Literature in the Classroom and Library event. Dr. Treuer, professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University, offers a thoughtful, personal, and engaging keynote and reflective conversation on American Indian sovereignty and Native Ways of Knowing.
Time: Approximately 90 minute self-paced asynchronous professional learning course.
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