Where can I find information on the Internet to help me with resources and curriculum development for including Indian Education for All in my classes?
There are several websites available online that may provide the answers you are looking for. A good place to start is do a search on Google. Go to http://www.google.com and type in the name of the tribe. Some other websites to consider: Resources for Indian Education for All The Billings School District has made a website for their teachers that provide information on Montana’s Indian tribes. Go to http://www.billings.k12.mt.us/literacy/mont_indian/mainpage.htm. Education Northwest in Portland, Oregon has a webpage on Indian Education resources. Go to http://educationnorthwest.org and search on Indian Education resources for more info. Tribal government The Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council www.mtwytlc.com provides information on tribal councils in Montana, as well as contact information for each tribe, and related links if available. Census and statistical data on American Indian tribes The US Census has a website that has Census 2000 data on American Indian and Alaska Native tribes. Go to http://factfinder.census.gov/home/aian/index.html Contemporary News and issues related to American Indians Indian Country Today bills itself as “The Nation’s Leading American Indian News Source”. Go to http://indiancountry.com/ Pow Wow information http://www.powwows.com has information on the different styles of dancing, pow wow etiquette, and FAQ related to pow wow’s and celebrations that are held throughout Indian Country.
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