Models of Indigenous Education: Creating Sacred Spaces of Learning

November 3, 2011
3:30 pmto5:00 pm



Many Nations Longhouse
1630 Columbia St.
University of Oregon Campus


An Indigenous Peoples in the Americas Event 


This event is designed to engage our campus-wide community in a dialogue around concepts of Indigenous education. Together, we will critically reflect about how to conceptualize curriculum, determine appropriate teaching strategies, identify core values that resonate with Indigenous peoples, and develop lesson plans to honor their cultures. Speakers include Mary Kim Titla, an educator, publisher, journalist, and long-time advocate for Native American youth; David Lewis, Cultural Resources Department Manager of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde; and Johnpaul Jones, UO 2011 Pietro Belluschi Distinguished Visiting Professor and prominent Native architect. Facilitated by Dr. CHiXapkaid Pavel, Education Studies, and Dr. Brian Klopotek, Ethnic Studies.

Monday, July 25th, 2011 Events, Indigenous Peoples in the Americas



Upcoming Events

3/9/23: Creating Californios: Masculinity and Localized Liberalism in Mexican California, 1800-1850, 3:30-4:30pm, location: EMU Diamond Lake Room

3/10/23: Faculty Grant Information Session, 12-1pm, location: Remote

4/13: Graduate Student Research Colloquium, 330-5pm, location: Gerlinger Alumni Lounge

6/1: Undergraduate Awards Ceremony, 4pm, location: TBD