Upcoming PD Webinar: Bringing Native American Voices into Your Classroom

Man standing in front of tepees

“Chief Young Man Afraid of His Horses and his tepee taken at Pine Ridge Agency [Sioux],” 1/17/1891; from the Records of the War Department General and Special Staffs; available on DocsTeach.

Join us for a free professional development webinar on Thursday, April 6th at 7 p.m. or 10 p.m. EDT to learn about bringing Native American viewpoints and primary sources into your lessons.

We will share several simple ways to bring Native American stories, viewpoints, and primary sources into your students’ lives.

Learn about what is already created that you can just drop into your regular lessons — and what is coming in the near future.

The workshop will focus on lessons, primary sources, and examples from the Pine Ridge and Standing Rock Sioux. Everyone is welcome, however, no matter where you are!

We offer a one-hour National Archives Professional Development certificate for attending. Some school districts and libraries accept these certificates for required PD credit. Be sure to check with your district in advance.

To register, email us at distancelearning@nara.gov

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10 Responses to Upcoming PD Webinar: Bringing Native American Voices into Your Classroom

  1. Andriyanto says:

    how much does it cost?

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  2. Jennifer Smith says:

    What grade levels is this most appropriate for?

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  3. Albert Barkley says:

    Who can enroll in the webinar? I would be more happy to join this webinar and take part in the questionnaire.

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  4. If you missed the webinar is there another way to hear it again or view what was discussed?

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  5. I was a day late? Is there another way to view what was discussed?

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