Per requirements in A.R.S. 15-244, Indian Education Act, the Office of Indian Education provides technical assistance to schools and tribal nations regarding meeting the educational needs of Native American students, including the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of curricula and instruction that are culturally relevant and aligned to state standards, and family and community involvement in the education of Native American students.
Below you will find professional learning opportunities such as webinars and recordings, online courses, and upcoming in-person events available to all educators in Arizona. Additionally, the OIE is available to provide free, tailored professional development sessions for your school, district, or educational organization about the topics mentioned above. Lastly, the OIE has gathered a number of free and accessible educational resources from tribal, local, state, and national organizations that can be used in classrooms and schools serving Native American students.
Professional Learning from the Office of Indian Education
Using Indigenous Literature: Virtual Educator Showcase | Webinar | September 27th, 2023 5:00 – 6:30 PM (Phoenix Time) | Shareable Flyer | Register Here
K-12 Indigenous Literacy Symposium | In-person PD Hosted by the ASU Labriola Center and Office of Indian Education | October 9th, 2023 8:00 – 4:00 PM (Phoenix Time) | Shareable Flyer | Register Here