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View Resource Lessons Learned and an Examination of Preferred Learning Styles for Native American Students

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides this archived presentation material from Sharyl Majorski of Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College. Specifically, the document shares the implementation of lessons learned from the 2009 and 2010 fellows institute. Project goals, specific observational questions, and the student learning process are discussed here. Users must...

View Resource Development of Science, Engineering and Energy Programs at Sitting Bull College

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides this archived presentation material from Gary Halvorson of Sitting Bull College. The development of science, engineering and energy programs at the college are discussed, including the Sunday/Summer Academy program for high school students and some of the programs of study for the college's students. Users must download...

View Resource Celebrating Our Students: We're in the Business of Changing Lives

Interviews with faculty, staff, and administrators of several woodlands tribal colleges demonstrate the powerful ways that tribal colleges impact the lives of their students. Student bodies are diverse, ranging from single parents to recovering alcoholics. Many students who have never succeeded in academic environments before demonstrate astonishing gains in learning and communication skills...

View Resource Culturally Relevant Resources for Environmental Science Instructors

Web sites, print publications, and videotapes that provide culturally-contextual learning on environmental science for Indigenous students are presented in an annotated list with complete citations and links to relevant sites. Additionally, organizations that facilitate such learning are listed and described, and website urls for accessing their materials are provided. Additional materials...

View Resource Resources for Native Education Leaders

This resource guide lists institutions and programs, dissertations, articles, and books about Native American education leadership in Native organizations and communities. It also includes citations from Leadership Quarterly on the same subject.

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