K-12 Students' Stories and Perspectives Curriculum Development

This project will proceed in two parts simultaneously:
1. ) teacher training and dissemination through one conference presentation and two workshops for educators, and 2. ) curriculum development for K-12 education.

The two workshops are scheduled to take place in Yellowstone National Park,

and will provide opportunities for the dissemination of Honoring Tribal Legacies (HTL).

Teachings, lead to the development of additional curricula, and allow educators the chance to learn to play¿and prepare to teach¿traditional Native games (going into depth on the subject of one of the existing Teachings).

Together, these two parts of the proposed research and pedagogical endeavors have the objective of expanding curriculum available to teachers everywhere that honors the shared Native and non-Native history of the Trail.
Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: National Park Service

Estimated Funding: $143,868


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This is a single source award to Northern Arizona University.

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Date Posted:
2019-09-05

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Archive Date:
2019-10-04



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