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General Resources for Remote Learning
CSKT Online Education Resources: Fire on the Land, Explore the River, Lower Flathead River Interactive Map and Resource Guide
Everyday Native: Invites teachers and students in grades 4-12 learn about Native American history and contemporary life
Illuminative: Remote learning resources created in partnership with the National Indian Education Association
Integrating IEFA into NGSS: This online lesson developed by Teresa Veltkamp Advocacy Award winner Bill Stockton helps you think of ways you can integrate Indian Education for All into Next Generation Science Standards. It is appropriate for Grades K-12.
Learning at Home Resources: National Indian Education Association
Lessons of Our Land: Innovative curriculum for Pre-K through grade 12 teachers
Native Knowledge 360: Teaching resources from the Smithsonian Museum of the American IndianNisitapiisinni Stories and Spaces: Exploring Kainai Plants and Culture
OPI IEFA YouTube Channel: Host site for videos created by the OPI IEFA Unit
American Indians in the Military - A Warrior Spirit
Ancient Art - Bear Gulch and Atherton Canyon
Ancient Islands in the Sky - Archaeology in the Beartooth Ice
Blackfeet and Crow Star Stories
This lesson helps students learn more about Blackfeet and Crow Star Stories. This lesson is appropriate for grades 5-8.
Contemporary Indigenous Artists of Montana
Crazy Mountain Cathedral
Crow Chief Plenty Coups
Essential Understanding One: Tribal Diversity
This lesson helps students learn more about Essential Understanding One: Tribal Diversity. This lesson is appropriate for grades 5-12.
Learning About the Seals of Montana Tribal Nations
Learning About Tribal Sovereignty
Preserving the Sacredness of the Badger-Two Medicine
Resilience in Indian Country: Yesterday and Today
This lesson helps student learn about resiliency through stories of American Indian women from yesterday and today. This lesson is appropriate for grades 6-12.
Resources for Learning About Contemporary American Indian Issues: Bison Restoration
This lesson helps students learn more about bison restoration and the importance of the bison to Montana American Indians. This lesson is appropriate for grades 6-12.
Sacrifice Cliff and a Deadly Pandemic
Who Was Red Fox James?
(PreK-2) The Art of Storytelling: Plains Indian Perspectives
(Grades 3-5) A Beautiful Tradition: Ingenuity and Adaption in a Century of Plateau Women's Art
(Grades 6-8) Contemporary Indigenous Artists of Montana
(Grades 9-12) Ancient Art-Bear Gulch & Atherton Canyon
Health Enhancement/Family Consumer Science
(PreK-2) Traditional Games Unit Developed by the International Games Society
(Grades 3-5) Traditional Games Unit Developed by the International Games Society
(Grades 6-8) Traditional Games Unit Developed by the International Games Society
(Grades 9-12) Tobacco, Teach About Uses- Both Traditional and Commercial
(PreK-2) Double! Not Half. Model Lesson
(Grades 3-5) Counting Coup: Becoming a Crow Chief on the Reservation and Beyond
(Grades 6-8) Code Talker - A Novel About the Navajo Marines of World War Two
(Grades 9-12) Fools Crow by James Welch
(PreK-2) Counting 1:1 Correspondence - Kindergarten
(Grades 3-5) Making a Star Quilt - Grade 4
(Grades 6-8) Geometric Transformations Through Montana American Indian Tribal Seals - Grade 8
(Grades 9-12) Pow Wow Circuits - Grades 9-12
(PreK-2) There is a Season - Grade 2
(Grades 3-5) Bitterroot Adaptations - Grade 4
(Grades 6-8) Investigating the First Peoples, the Clovis Child Burial
(Grades 9-12) The 10,000 Year Significance of the Bison
(PreK-2) I Know Who I Am: My Ethnic Heritage - g1
(Grades 3-5) 1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving
(Grades 6-8) Historical Inaccuracy in Movies--Pocahontas and Peter Pan
(Grades 9-12) The Colonization Era--An Interview with Dr. James Loewen and Textbook Analysis
Montana Tribal Nations Seals
Songs for Asking
Lessons are currently being being updated to include the new Social Studies Content Standards. Those updated have an * after them.
Check out these excellent elementary ELA and Math resources developed by teachers in Billings. At this site, you can access curriculum resources and watch video clips of teachers reflecting on their implementation of IEFA.
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