Professional Development and Indigenous Resources for K-12 Educators Recordings

Professional Development and Indigenous Resources for K-12 Educators Recordings

 

March 16, 2021
Reflective Practices Incorporating Indigenous Curriculum with Maggie Peters

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February 2, 2021
Incorporating Indigenous Curriculum 9-12th Grade

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January 21, 2021
Native American ACLU Report Roundtable #2

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January 19, 2021
Incorporating Indigenous Curriculum 6–8th Grade

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January 12, 2021
Incorporating Indigenous Curriculum K–5th Grade

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September 30, 2020
Intergenerational Trauma Webinar

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Presenters: Dr. Sara Chase (Hupa/Shinnecock),Assistant Professor in Child Development Co-Facilitators:
Jennifer Mager, M.A.Ed., EC-TMHP, Program Coordinator, First 5 Humboldt and
Rain L. Marshall, JD, Indigenous Education Advocate NCIDC/ACLU of Northern California

Sponsored by NCIDC, Inc. and First 5 Humboldt

 

December 3, 2020 Roundtable Discussion about the ACLU report,
"Failing Grade: The Status of Native AmericanEducation in Humboldt County"
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Dr. Cutcha Risling Roundtable Dec. 3rd: click here

Dr. Virgil Moorehead, Jr. Roundtable Dec. 3rd: click here

Transforming Teaching and Learning about Indigenous Students: click here

Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching about Native Americans: click here

What are Land Acknowledgements and how do I write one click here

Webinar: Trauma-Informed Advocacy in the Time of a Pandemic click here
by Dr. Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart
This important webinar will look at how historical trauma influences our responses to COVID-19. It will discuss the impact of social distancing on traditional and cultural practices and it will offer coping strategies that draw upon our spiritual and cultural strengths.