Looking at Lifestyles
Based in Stanton and hosted by Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site on June 25-27, we will explore how elements of the past, current events and cultural and physical changes impact and change our sense of place and community and ways of looking at others and their approaches to their environments. By combining the history, geography, forestry, technology, and art, participants connect to practical teaching and learning activities.
This professional development opportunity will demonstrate team teaching, interdisciplinary curriculum development and implementation and the use of art and technology in strategies that engage students in meaningful activites. Participants will also become familiar with resources, tools, and information available through NDTRC and its members.
Have questions about LOOKING AT LIFESTYLES: ND Teacher Resource Coalition Summer Institute? Contact: Thomas Wall, Teacher of Record and NPS Education Specialist (701) 745-3741 ext 220.
Did You Know?
Almost every part of the bison had a practical application in everyday Hidatsa life, including the “buffalo chips” which could be used for fuel or baby powder.