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ODE Tribal History/Shared History  -  Home page
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ODE TH/SH lesson plans for English Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, Health, Science and Social Science for 4th, 5th, 8th & 10th grades are published at the bottom of this page ODE TH/SH lesson plans for English Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, Health, Science and Social Science for 4th, 5th, 8th & 10th grades are published at the bottom of this page Show less
Essential Understandings of Native Americans in Oregon
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ODE document introducing the nine Essential Understandings that form the basis of Tribal History/Shared History Curriculum ODE document introducing the nine Essential Understandings that form the basis of Tribal History/Shared History Curriculum Show less
Tribal Curriculua
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Lesson plans created by Oregon Tribes published on the ODE Office of Indian Education website. Lesson plans created by Oregon Tribes published on the ODE Office of Indian Education website. Show less
Indian Education Resources from ODE
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Additional Curriculum and media resources vetted by ODE Office of Indian Education. Lists of Native-authored books for children, teens and adults are published towards the bottom of the page Additional Curriculum and media resources vetted by ODE Office of Indian Education. Lists of Native-authored books for children, teens and adults are published towards the bottom of the page Show less
Oregon Tribal Websites
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Links to the websites of Oregon's nine federally recognized tribes. Tribal nations provide original source material that supports the Essential Understan...Show more Links to the websites of Oregon's nine federally recognized tribes. Tribal nations provide original source material that supports the Essential Understandings of Tribal History/Shared History & may include additional lesson plans & educational resources. Show less
Leading With Tradition - Portland Indian Leaders Roundtable
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A document created by a consortium of local Indigenous organizations, first published as “Making the Invisible Visible”, that provides a brief, 2 page overview of the Native American community in the greater Portland area. A document created by a consortium of local Indigenous organizations, first published as “Making the Invisible Visible”, that provides a brief, 2 page overview of the Native American community in the greater Portland area. Show less
American Indian Library Association - School Library Resources
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An extensive webliography of school library resources compiled by the American Indian Library Association An extensive webliography of school library resources compiled by the American Indian Library Association Show less
Evaluating American Indian Materials and Resources for the Classroom
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A succinct guide to identifying biases, omission & misrepresentation of American Indians in educational materials including textbooks, literature, vis...Show more A succinct guide to identifying biases, omission & misrepresentation of American Indians in educational materials including textbooks, literature, visual data and illustrations, DVDs and films, web sites, and historical documents. --From the Montana Office of Public Instruction (1992, revised 2015) Show less
American Indians in Children's Literature (AICL)
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The seminal work of Dr. Debbie Reese (Nambé Pueblo) and Dr. Jean Mendoza, this blog provides critical analysis of Indigenous peoples in children's and you...Show more The seminal work of Dr. Debbie Reese (Nambé Pueblo) and Dr. Jean Mendoza, this blog provides critical analysis of Indigenous peoples in children's and young adult books. - It is possible to search for titles using the tiny search box in the upper left hand corner. - Note that they do not review titles about Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian nations - Includes tabs to explore Native non-fiction, historical fiction, and annual ‘Best Books’ lists Show less
Critical Indigenous Literacies: Selecting and Using Children's Books About Indigenous Peoples
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A short article by Dr. Debbie Reese about selecting Indigenous children's materials from Language Arts, Volume 95, Number 6, July 2018 A short article by Dr. Debbie Reese about selecting Indigenous children's materials from Language Arts, Volume 95, Number 6, July 2018 Show less
Native Knowledge 360:  Transforming Teaching & learning about Native Americans
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Lesson plans, virtual field trips, professional development resources & more from the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of the American Indian Lesson plans, virtual field trips, professional development resources & more from the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of the American Indian Show less
Native Way of Knowing Micro-courses / California Indian Education for All
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Free webinars to help educators "create intentional learning spaces to engage, support, and honor K12 American Indian students. Learnings will create...Show more Free webinars to help educators "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." Show less
National Indian Education Association
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The National Indian Education Association advances comprehensive, culture-based educational opportunities for American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native...Show more The National Indian Education Association advances comprehensive, culture-based educational opportunities for American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. Provides digital lesson plans, webinars, booklists, publications on Indian Education & more. Show less
Lesson plans & more from IllumiNative
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Native American Education for All lesson plans for PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th & 6th-8th grades, developed by IllumiNative in partnership with the National Indian Education Association Native American Education for All lesson plans for PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th & 6th-8th grades, developed by IllumiNative in partnership with the National Indian Education Association Show less
Project 562 - Matika Wilbur
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Photographer Matika Wilbur has a mission to document all 567 federally recognized tribes in the United States, and to change the way we see Native America...Show more Photographer Matika Wilbur has a mission to document all 567 federally recognized tribes in the United States, and to change the way we see Native America. This project, originally crowd-sourced as a blog and website, has been published recently as a book, available in print and eBook forms at MCL: https://multcolib.bibliocommons.com/v2/record/S152C20418640 Show less
Oregon Tribes Bibliography: Portland Public Schools
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"This listing of resources was developed for teachers and students in an effort to provide a reference and gain background information on the Native ...Show more "This listing of resources was developed for teachers and students in an effort to provide a reference and gain background information on the Native American experience in Oregon. This list was prepared by the Oregon Department of Education with assistance from Oregon Tribes and the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Tribal Library." Show less
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