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  • Resource Database / Education and Youth Resources / K-12

    K-12 Sub-Categories:
  • School & Class Home Pages
  • Student Created Projects & Research
  • Resources: 33 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    America's First Nations Curricula
      United States
    Classroom-tested curricula about Native Americans with reproducible copies of primary source documents from Marquette University and elsewhere. These materials were created by select teacher-scholars who participated in America's First Nations: American Indians in Social Studies Curricula, a summer 2000 teacher institute hosted by Marquette University and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
    More sites on www.marquette.edu
    American Indian Institute, Videos
    “Welcome to Head Start,” produced in 1996, is a Head Start orientation video featuring American Indian Head Start children and teachers, which reinforces the goals of Head Start. Winner, 1997 Red Earth Film Festival. Winner, 1998 Bronze Apple Award from National Media Education Network.
    British Columbia Aboriginal Education Team
    British Columbia - Branch Overview & Programs, Policy Initiatives, Counselling of First Nations Students, First Nations Contacts, Aboriginal Education Program Descriptions, First Nations 12 IRP (Integrated Resource Package), British Columbia Treaty Commission, First Nations Library Database Search.
    Canada's SchoolNet
    Canada's #1 Aboriginal site! Features 100% original content from across the country PLUS extensive links to hundreds of additional Aboriginal websites across North America. A "must-visit" for educators and students! Updated regularly.
    More sites on www.schoolnet.ca
    Canku Ota (Many Paths)
      US - Central
    Canku Ota is an online newsletter/website celebrating Native America, it's traditions and cultures. We publish bi-weekly and feature an extensive research section, coloring book, kids area, factual history, activities and many guest writers. Our mission is to show that Native America is ALIVE.
    More sites on www.turtletrack.org
    CCS Education Central
      Caribbean Islands
    An exciting range of K-12 materials for teachers students and parents.
    Centennial School District's Indian Education Program
    Mission Statement To ensure that Native American students are provided with information about Indian culture and heritage taught by Native American staff To promote cultural diversity by building bridges between community, staff, parents, and students To ensure the academic success of our Native American students To ensure school curriculum contains culturally sensitive and accurate information
    Central Consolidated School District (New Mexico)
      US - Southwest
    CCSD in accordance with guidelines specified in the Educational Standards of New Mexico assures the delivery of the following program: providing a well defined English language development program; delivering core content in the home language; including the New Mexico cultures in selected aspects of the curriculum; providing for linguistic, cultural, and conceptual development in the home language.
    More sites on www.centralschools.org
    Classroom Grandmother Program
    Navajo US - Southwest
    This program is designed for elementary school classrooms to become more familiar with the Navajo traditional people. For the students interested in adopting a Grandmother, we prepare a special brochure which describes the needs of the Grandmother, and tells a little about who she is and how she lives.
    More sites on www.anelder.org
    Dakota Conflict WebQuest
    Dakota US - Central
    This 'Dakota Conflict' webquest is available here for people of all ages to learn about a moment in time of our U.S. history, that hopefully will be discussed in the classroom. This webquest was made for further inquiry / investigations of the American Indians, the Dakota, and specifically the Dakota Conflict of 1862 (aka, the Sioux Uprising of 1862). This webquest is a multidisciplinary unit about the Sioux Uprising of 1862 and the events and issues that led up to it in the time period of 1851 - 1862. It is intended to be a culminating activity to be used within the study of the Sioux Uprising of 1862, where the final student created product will be a newspaper article.
    Hasan Preparatory and Leadership School
    Yoeme US - Southwest
    A bilingual.bicultural charter school for Tohono 'O'odham, Yoeme and other native students.
    Heart of Two Nations: African Native Americans
    Chickasaw US - West
    A personal site that list resources for classroom research on Southeastern tribes as well as a bibliography on mixed bloods. Includes community and tribal links.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Indian Island School
    We are proud of the students, faculty, and staff at Penobscot Indian Island School, Indian Island, Maine
    Indigenous Peoples Literature in Danish
      Europe & Russia
    Danish translations from the indigenous Nations of North America. Lores,legends and bibliographies. Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull,Custer,Little Big Horn eyewitness-accounts
    Kamehameha Schools
    Kanaka Maoli US - Hawaii
    Kamehameha Schools was founded by the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, great–granddaughter and last royal descendant of Kamehameha the Great. The combined 6,550 preschool through grade 12 student enrollment make Kamehameha the largest independent school in the United States. KS’ policy on admissions is to give preference to applicants of Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law.
    More sites on www.ksbe.edu
    Kayenta Unified School District
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Keewaytinook Internet High School
    Cree Canada - Northern
    The Keewaytinook Internet High School (KiHS) supports the delivery of a full range of Grade 9 and 10 courses in remote First Nations. Students are now able to choose between staying in their home community or leaving to attend high school.
    Mi'kmaw Kina'matnewey / Education
    MicMac Canada - Eastern
    We will provide education funding and educational advice to Mi'kmaqs as well as help to establish standards for Mi'kmaq education. We are staffed by professionals and report to a Board of Directors made up of the 13 Mi'kmaq Chiefs. Our direction for education developments and improvements originate at the Band level and we facilitate and support individuals Bands to achieve their local education objectives and priorities as well as collective First Nation education issues
    Miyo Wahkohtowin Cummunity Education Authority
    Cree Canada - Western
    This is the site for the Ermineskin schools of the Ermineskin reserve in Hobbema, Alberta. We have 4 schools which operate K to 12 under the Miyo Wahkohtowin Community Education Authority.
    Native American Children's Books
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Southwest
    Collection of bibliographies, articles, and more related to contemporary and historical Native themes in children's books; emphasis on Native authors and illustrators. (Please note new URL).
    More sites on www.cynthialeitichsmith.com
    Native American Home School Association
    We should also work and network with the millions of African-Americans, and non-Christian families who are now home schooling. With this in mind, we have started the Native American Home School Association which will seek to provide Native American Homeschoolers with the BEST possible educational sources and connections not only for helping parents teach at home, but also to protect their right to do so. We believe that our Native American languages, religion, history, songs, dances, stories, and crafts are just as important to us and our children as a knowledge of science, math, English, and the other things which are also important.
    More sites on www.expage.com
    Native Child program for Head Start
    This company has been chosen by national Head Start Association to be part of their Publications & Products.
    More sites on www.nativechild.com
    Native Nevada Classroom
    Washoe US - Southwest
    This site contains lesson plans on Indian culture, environment and history. Designed for K-6 teachers in Nevada, the lessons supplement most subject areas and focus on the Great Basin tribes: the Washoe, Paiute and Shoshone.
    Pojoaque Valley School District, northern New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    The Pojoaque Valley School District includes several communities in northern New Mexico. Comments by Pojoaque students portray us.
    Inuktitut Canada - Northern
    Information on distance learning, libraries, museums, and cultural centres
    Social Studies Grade Five - First Nations' Heritage
    Knowledge Objectives. Students will learn that: First Nations peoples have been living in what is now called Canada for tens of thousands of years. First Nations peoples developed technologies to meet their needs. there is great diversity among First Nations peoples.
    Stillaguamish Youth Program
    Stillaguamish US - Northwest
    Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians Youth Program Homepage...News, Calendar, Youth Projects
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Student & Native American Partnerships (SNAP)
    More sites on www.vanderbilt.edu
    The Creative Connections Project
    Quechua America - South
    The Creative Connections Project links US/world K-12 classrooms with partner classes from the Amazon Rain Forest, Africa, the Galapagos Islands, the Arctic and China through E-mail, the Internet, art exchanges, music exchanges and Study Partnerships. Detailed information and a registration form are available online at www.ccproject.org. Creative Connections Project also offers free online resources for teachers who may take students on language arts based adventures to the Amazon rain forest, Africa, China, the Galapagos Islands and the Arctic; meet the indigenous children there, take online field trips to schools and towns around the world; and see artwork by students from around the world.
    Tribal Resource Institute in Business, Engineering & Science
    The Tribal Resource Institute in Business Engineering and Science is CERT's college Preparatory program. The eight-week program is attended the summer following high school graduation. While earning college credit, students enhance the academic skills and prepare for the transition to college life. The students build skills in negotiation, problem-solving, and decision-making and receive exposure to situations facing Tribal governments. The vast majority of TRIBES graduates go on to complete bachelor or graduate degrees.
    More sites on www.certredearth.com
    Voices in the Wind
      Aotearoa-New Zealand
    This is an Australian initiative for national and international distribution to upper junior/primary schools, secondary/high schools & for post secondary/high studies. 'Voices in the Wind' is an Aboriginal multidisciplinary cultural education kit. It has been designed for specialist and non-specialist teachers of History, English, Drama, Media Studies & Health and Physical Education. The kit also looks at the pre and post film events of Aboriginal social and political history.
    walunguru web site
    Walungurru School is located at Kintore, 530km west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. Kintore is an Indigenous community of around 400 Pintupi people and the school has an enrolment of about 130 children, ranging in age from 3 to 13.
    Welcome To My World Of The Nisga'a Nation
    Nisga'a Canada - Western
    A site for learning, Nisga'a history, language, culture, and traditions.
    More sites on www.citytel.net

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