Native Educators symposium

Location: Suquamish House of Awakened Culture. 7235 NE Parkway Suquamish WA 98392

An informal gathering of educators of Indigenous youth

We will feature presentations by Native educators sharing best practices in Native education, networking, and free curriculum resources for teachers.

All educators, elders, and parents are welcome.

Free clock hours and lunch provided.

To register: Contact Lisa Eschenbach, E3 Washington at leschenbach@e3washington.org (206) 947-6194

Space is limited, so please register soon!

Native Educators Symposium

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Suquamish House of Awakened Culture

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

 

Agenda

Welcome -Barbara Lawrence-Piecuch, Suquamish Tribe

and Suquamish Climate Change Leadership Club

 

Presentations – Sharing experiences and programs

Stories & Knowledge - Roger Fernandes, Artist & Storyteller, Lower Elwha Klallam

Building ROVs  - Nicole Harris, NOAA Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary

Resiliency in Youth - Emma Elliot Grove, Western Washington University

Early Childhood Education- Corey Silvie, Suquamish Early Learning Center

Since Time Immemorial Sovereignty Curriculum – Laura Lynn, OSPI Office of Native Education

Integrating Science & Culture-Lucy Dafoe &  Jennifer Wood, Chief Kitsap Academy

Native Youth Development-Shawn Peterson, Na’ah Illahee Fund

Western Washington Native American Education Consortium -Mary Wilbur, WWNAEC

 

Youth Panel - Suquamish Climate Change Youth Leadership Club


…and others!

Curriculum planning time – YOU ;)

Lunch and free clock hours provided!

You’re invited, but be sure to Register/RSVP Today! leschenbach@e3washington.org