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Native Pathways to Education
Alaska Native Cultural Resources
Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Indigenous Education Worldwide
 

Athabascan RavenWHOUY SZE KUINALTH
"Teaching Our Many Grandchildren"

 

Mount Sanford
Tribal Consortium

 

MISSION STATEMENT

With Honor, Dignity, and Respect, empowering our people by enhancing our traditional values to ensure a healthier and more positive future for our children.

Katie John and her granddaughter, Angie David, digging spruce roots.
Katie John and her granddaughter, Angie David, digging spruce roots.
©Bill Hess

 

INTRODUCTION

The importance of this curriculum and teaching model extends beyond the classroom and school walls. It serves as a means to pass on traditional knowledge to students, forming a strong working partnership between the school and community in understanding and solving environmental and health issues that confront the Village. This curriculum is designed to be used, adjusted or adapted in order to meet the individual needs of Villages and schools outside the grant area. School districts, schools, and teachers must interface and work with Tribal Councils, Elders, and community members in order to use the information and lessons contained herein.

Dedication

MSTC Mission Statement

Introduction

Prelude

In A Sacred Manner, by Wilson Justin

Learn & Serve Focus Groups

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ELDERS

DENAEY (PEOPLE)

Interview of Elders

Clans of Chistochina & Mentasta

Why Are We Here?

Who We Are

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NANINEH (LAND)

Our Way of Life

Mapping the Village

What A Waste

Raw Materials

Our Natural Resources

Weather/Climate

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TUU (WATER)

Water, Water

Our Watershed

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C'AAN (FOOD)

Where Does Our Food Come From?

Gathering, Traditions and Nutrition of our Food

Keeping Ourselves Healthy

A Student Led Health Fair

Assessment & Performance Evaluation

Rubrics

Learn & Serve Program

Sources, Resources

Thank You

 
 

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