Pacific Educational Group (PEG) presents Beyond Diversity Day 3: American Indian Student Experience.
Understanding the American Indian educational experience and perspectives has profound implications for both policy and pedagogy when transforming systems to educate all students. Through counternarratives shared by American Indians, learn about the rights, responsibilities, and misinformation surrounding Indigenous people and education. Apply the Courageous Conversation protocol to interrogate the presence and role of whiteness; recognize and appropriately address the American Indian students’ struggles and emotions connected with educational assimilation; and understand the concepts of "invisible identity" and "walking in two worlds." Leave with enhanced knowledge, skills and capacity to engage in Courageous Conversation about indigenous issues in personal, local, and immediate contexts, regardless of the uniqueness of your educational setting or the specificity of your professional role.
Ramona Kitto Stately, Indian Education – Success For the Future Program, Osseo Area School District 279, Brooklyn Park, MN, and
Rev Hillstrom, Assistant Administrator, Racial Equity, Office of the Superintendent, Saint Paul Public Schools, Saint Paul, MN.
Prerequisite: Beyond Diversity I Seminar Completion
7:30-8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00-3:00 Seminar (Lunch is provided)
Online registration: http://goo.gl/Hpf61i
For more information click on the event flyer here: http://goo.gl/h3ABVE
Reservations: A block of rooms has been reserved at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites, 1-888-465-4329. Request "The Network" block. Hotel reservation and cost are the responsiblity of the participant/district.
These networking meetings specifically address WI State Performance Plan (SPP), Indicators 4B, 9 & 10
Questions and information:
Melissa Moe, DTAN Training and Supports Coordinator
(715) 986-2020 x2127; firstname.lastname@example.org
Janelle Paulson, Secretary (715) 986-2020 x2204; email@example.com