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Culturally relevant pedagogy plays an enormous role in making all students feel accepted in the classroom. By teaching different narratives we encourage multiculturalism and acceptance in our community of young learners. #inclusive

In his final years, Chief Joseph spoke eloquently against the injustices of U.S. Government policies and racial discrimination against Indigenous peoples and he held out hope that America's promise of freedom and equality would one day be fulfilled for Native Americans as well

Overview of different Native American tribes,famous Native Americans in history, and contributions of Native Americans in arts, government, language and more!The Trail of Tears, shelters, contributions(i.e: hockey, lacrosse, ideas in government, words in English), Sacagawea, Sequoyah, Jim Thorpe, Sitting Bull, Squanto, Native American Heritage Month, the importance of the buffalo, and more.Great for activity with unit on Native Americans or for November's Native American Heritage Month.

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s time to remember the legacy of not just the Pilgrims but also the Native Americans. After all, November is Native American Heritage Month, offering a great opportunity...

November is American Native Heritage Month so let's celebrate their heritage and culture. Having spent 10 years in Alaska I was able t...

Spotted Tail was taunted by Crow Dog, "you are chief not by the will of the tribe, but by the white soldiers. I've got a bullet for you if you disgrace your position." Crazy Horse went to Spotted Tail and rebuked him for signing away their freedom. He then came under suspicion for conspiring in the death of Crazy Horse. Spotted Tail made off with another man's wife. This sealed his fate. On the eve of a trip to Washington, Crow Dog kept his promise. He shot him. Even so, he was a great…

While Native American Heritage Month isn’t until November, lots of the events and activities celebrating this rich culture take place all fall long. Los Angeles was once home to the Tongva, Chumash and many other tribes, so we have loads of museums and cultural centers that teach history, awareness and arts. Take your tots to see and experience how native California peoples lived and worked long...

Native American Heritage Month 2016 resources at The Horn Book's blog Out of the Box, November 30th, 2016

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