Do you teach Indigenous students? Are you interested in meaningfully integrating Indigenous literature in your classroom? Do you want to build your capacity for culturally sustaining-revitalizing practices?
Join the Office of Indian Education, Arizona Humanities and ASU Labriola Native American Data Center for a FREE in-person professional learning symposium. Participating educators will walk away with Indigenous authored books for their classrooms!
SESSION OVERVIEW: The Changing the Narrative: K-12 Indigenous Literacy & Literature Symposium is a unique professional learning event that is designed to build Indigenous-serving educators' capacity for culturally sustaining-revitalizing practices. At this symposium, educators will have the opportunity to learn how to accurately and respectfully integrate Indigenous-authored youth literature into K-12 classrooms. In addition to exploring diverse literature, educators will actively engage in designing lessons and resources.
TRAVEL STIPEND: Travel stipends for this event are available on a first come, first serve with a limited amount of seats.
*Note: We will prioritize educators that teach on tribal lands and/or will travel more than 300 miles roundtrip.
QUESTIONS: For registration or event questions, please email [email protected]
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