WINTER 2013 IEFA TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES FROM WM-CSPD

Tuesday, January 8, 2013
By Julie Saylor
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WINTER 2013 IEFA TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES FROM WM-CSPD

 

WM-CSPD CONTACT INFORMATION REGARDING DETAILS AND REGISTRATION FOR THE CLASSES LISTED BELOW:

 

Nancy Marks - 406-728-2400, ext. 1088

Help Desk Ext 1031

Diane Woodard  Ext 1061

ONLINE REGISTRATION

 

Montana Tribal Histories – with Sindie Spencer Kennedy – ONLINE

Start Date: 1/21/20113 End Date 3/3/2013 Registration Closing Date 2/4/2013

 

This online Moodle course covers the Montana Tribal Histories Educators' Resource Guide developed by Julie Cajune and the The Framework: A Practical Guide for Montana Teachers and Administrators Implementing Indian Education for All by Tammy Elser. Through the readings, students will explore primary and secondary documents that inform the tribal histories of Montana. Students will utilize their critical analysis skills while using instructional strategies within the context of multicultural education. Additional details are available in the syllabus. Cost: $100 Partially funded through OPI IEFA Funding. 

 

Heartlines:  Engaging Students with Tribal Materials and Common Core Skills - ONLINE - with Anna E. Baldwin

Start Date:  2/4/2013   End Date 4/14/2013 Registration Closing Date 2/11/2013

 

This course will provide a guided, reflective tour of rich, tribally-specific materials created by Heartlines and demonstrate engaging classroom practices including a video showing students participating in them. The course will connect the materials and the practices to the Montana Common Core Standards. Participants will be supported as they create a curricular unit integrating materials from Heartlines and the classroom practices demonstrated during the class. Click here for details. Cost:  $100

 

Intro to Explore the River – An Integrated Curriculum Grounded in Place and Inquiry


This interactive session will encourage participants to experience and explore aspects of the Explore the River curriculum and the Explore the River Interactive DVD developed by Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes under the direction of Germaine White. An overview of foundations for the DVD and curriculum project will be provided by Germaine and Tammy will guide participants through several model learning experiences found among the 14 investigations in the curriculum.


 

OFFERED IN KALISPELL 2/07/2013 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm  (Course #2745

(Registration closing date – 2/14/2013)

  • Linderman – The Co-op
  • Linderman Education Center
  • 233 1st Ave. E, Kalispell

OFFERED IN MISSOULA 2/21/2013 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm  (Course #2744)

(Registration closing date – 2/28/2013)

  • Missoula County Public Schools
  • MCPS Admin Bldg
  • 215 S. 6th St. W, Missoula


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