Indian Education


Professional Development for Indian Education for All

Monday, April 2, 2012, 10:01 am

APRIL 12-15, 2012, Montana Indian Education Association Conference (MIEA), Grantree Inn, Bozeman, MT

 

The 31st Annual Montana Indian Education Conference will be held at the Best Western Plus Gran Tree Inn in Bozeman April 12-15.  The theme this year is "Leadership through Action and Participation."  The conference is open to everyone involved in Indian education, both Indian student achievement and Indian Education for All, from preschool to college. The conference begins with an opening reception Thursday evening at 6:00 pm and concludes with an awards banquet Saturday evening. 

Registration forms and information are available at www.mtiea.org.

 

MAY 31 – JUNE 1, 2012, PVCC/PESA EASTERN MT Indian Education for All INSTITUTE, Dawson Community College, Glendive, MT

TO REGISTER, email Kim Stanton (pvcc@midrivers.com) and provide name, school, grade level, cell or home phone and email. 406-853-1908

Montana Writing Project Institutes incorporating indian education for all:

JUNE 4-22, 2012, Chinook High School, Chinook, MT

JUNE 11 – JULY 6, University of Montana, Missoula, MT

JULY 9-27, 2012, Skyview High School, Billings, MT

 

See MWP Summer Institutes.

Summer Institute Application 2012

 

JUNE 5-8, 2012, MSU-BILLINGS SUMMER INSTITUTE: HISTORY MATTERS, Billings, MT

Contact Marsha Sampson, 406-657-2085/MSampson@msubillings.edu

Schedule and registration

 

JUNE 11–14, 2012, PROJECT ARCHEOLOGY INVESTIGATING A PLAINS TIPI, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, MT. Two graduate credits. Instructor, Crystal Alegria

 

Registration opens March. 26. See full course descriptions and registration information.

 

JUNE 18-19, 2012 INDIAN EDUCATION FOR ALL INSTITUTE Missoula, Holiday Inn

 

Led by Julie Cajune and Tammy Elser, participants in the interactive workshop will experience tribal content blended with best practices teaching pedagogy, using the Montana Tribal Histories: Educators Resource Guide and Companion DVD and The Framework:  A practical Guide for Montana Teachers and Administrators Implementing Indian Education for All.

 

To register, please email Joan Franke, jfranke@mt.gov with the following information: NAME, SCHOOL, SUMMER ADDRESS; SUMMER EMAIL ADDRESS; PHONE #; POSITION AND GRADE LEVEL; AND ANY SPECIAL FOOD NEEDS.

 

Contact:  Mike Jetty, mjetty@mt.gov/406-444-0720

 

JUNE 18-19, 2012 TREASURES FOR TEACHING THE TREASURE STATE:  MONTANA HISTORY RESOURCES FOR ELEMENTARY CLASSROOMS, Helena, MT. (Note: Workshop includes some IEFA focus.)

 

JUNE 28-30, 2012, DAVID THOMPSON KALISPELL ENCAMPMENT, Rocky Point Ranch, Thompson Falls, 2012. OPI renewal units and Continuing Education credits through MSU-Northern. Co-sponsored by David Thompson Bicentennial Partnership, Office of Public Instruction and the Montana Historical Society.

 

For more information on costs and registration information, email Deb Mitchell at dmitchell@mt.gov.

 

 

JULY 26-27, 2012, DVDs, POETRY, AND WRITING STRATEGIES TO MEET COMMON CORE STANDARDS, Hampton Inn, Great Falls, MT, Presenter – Dorothea M. Susag, Target Audience – Grades 5-12 Educators

 

Online Registration Information – See SUMMER INSTITUTE 2012

For more information, contact Julie Saylor, 444-0754