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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"

 

 

 

SOURCES
The following sources were used and cited in this curriculum:

Cairn, Rich, Learning by Giving, National Youth Leadership Council, 1993.

Dick, Alan, Village Science, Alaska Native Knowledge Network, 1997.

Drumm,Margaret, Trash Management Guide, Alaska Health Project, 1992.

Elders of Chistochina and Mentasta, Alaska, 1998 - 2003.

Garibaldi, Ann, Medicinal Flora of the Alaska Natives,

Alaska Heritage Program, 1999.

Haines, Barbara,Water Education, Utah State University, 1999.

Hicks, Ruth, Audio and videotapes,Mentasta Lake Katie John School Indian Ed. Program, 1980's.

John, Katie, Audio and videotapes, Mentasta Lake Katie John School Indian Ed. Program, 1980's.

John, Katie, School discussions, classroom teachings and interviews. 1998 - 2000

Kari, James. Tatl'ahwt'aenn Nenn', The Headwaters People's Country, Alaska Native Language Center, UAF, 1986.

Nelson, Richard. The Athabascans: People of the Boreal Forest, University of Alaska, Fairbanks 1983.

Unger, Susanne, 7 Generations; Addressing Village Environmental Issues for the Future Generations of Rural Alaska, Rural Issues Program, 1999.

 

RESOURCES
Following are further resources that you may want to use to gain further insight into environmental issues.

State of Alaska, Dept. of Environmental Conservation

Compliance Assistance Office
555 Cordova St.
Anchorage, AK 99501-2617
1-800-510-2332

Environmental Heroes of the North

RuralCAP RAVEN Americorps Program
P.O. Box 200908
Anchorage, AK 99502
1-800-478-7227

Good Earth and Good Earth Workbook

Alaska Health Project
218 E. 4th
Anchorage, AK 99501
907-276-2864

A Resource Guide of Solid Waste Educational Materials

(EPA530-B-97-004),Dec. 1997
1-800-424-9346

Solid Solutions in Rural Alaska

Environmental Protection Agency Tribal Program
Anchorage, AK
907-271-6323

Your Toxic Trash, 1993 KERA-TV

Dallas,TX
214-740-9238

Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Summit

Yukon River Watershed Inter-Tribal Council
907-258-3337

Four World International Institute for Human and Community Dev.

1224 Lakemount Blvd.
Lethbridge, Alberta
CANADA T1K 31K
430- 320-7144

Indigenous Environmental Network

P.O. Box 485
Bemidji, MN 56601

Native American Fish and Wildlife Society

750 Burbank St.
Broomfield, CO 80020

Alaska Native Health Board

Rural Sanitation Program
4201 Tudor Center Dr., Suite 105
Anchorage, AK 99508
907-562-6006

Our Sacred Breath

P.O. Box 498
Suguamish,WA 98392
360-598-3311

Alaskans for Litter Prevention and Recycling

(ALPAR) Flying Cans Program
P.O. Box 200393
Anchorage, AK
907-274-3266

Anchorage Recycling Center

6161 Rosewood
Anchorage, AK 99507
907-562-2267

Native Science

University of Alaska- Anchorage
3211 Providence Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508
907-786-7702

Louden Tribal Council

P.O. Box 244
Galena, AK 99741
907- 656-1711

American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)

1630 30th St.
Boulder, CO
303-939-0023

Americans for Indian Opportunity (AIO)

Ambassador's Program
681 Juniper Hill Road
Bernalillo, NM 87004
503-867-0278

Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources

3rd Floor, 245 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 0S6
Phone: (204) 956-0660

 

On-line Resources:

Alaska Gateway School District web site:

sztok.tok.agsd.schoolzone.net Click on Northway Clean up and/or Mentasta Lake Katie John School - Learn & Serve.

For actual soil and water testing procedures and protocols,

www.globe.gov
www.nctcog.dst.tx.us/envir/sw/strategy/strategy.html
www.recycle.net/recycle/index.html
www.ci.houston.tx.us/departme/solid/challenges.html
www.epa.gov/
www.epa-seattle@epa.gov

Alaska Health Fair, Inc. PO Box 202587 Anchorage, Alaska 99520 907-278-1848 ahfair@ak.net

Alaska Native Science Commission 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 907-286-7702 Science commission data on traditional foods for students to do comparative analyses
http://www.nativeknowledge.org/start.htm 

Alaska Action on Toxics www.akaction.net

Bacteria websites:

http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/bacteria/bacteria.html
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngkids/0010/bacteria/ 

National Institute of Nutrition
http://www.nin.ca/Publications/HealthyBites/hb3_94en.html 

Alaska Native Knowledge Network ankn.uaf.edu/
Subsistence board game and curriculum 

Alaska Rural Systemic Initiative

South Central Foundation
http://www.southcentralfoundation.org/ 

Alaska Native Health Board www.anhb.org 

Association of American Indian Physicians
www.aaip.org 

National Diabetes Education Program, a joint program of NIH and CDC http://www.ndep.nih.gov ,
http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/projects/ndeps.htm
http://www.cdc.gov/team-ndep

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND CURRICULUM
RESOURCES ON PLANTS:

Mathews,Donna. Unangam Hitnisanginl Unangam Hitnisangisl Aleut A Region-Based Plant Curriculum for Grades 4-6. Pilot Edition. Alaska Native Knowledge Network

Institute of Social and Economic Research

University of Alaska Anchorage, 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508

http://www.fws.gov/ Fish and Wildlife service kids partake in harvest

Kawagley, A. Oscar 1995. A Yupiaq Worldview A Pathway To Ecology and Spirit.

Prospect Heights, Illinois:Waveland Press.

 

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE AHTNA LANGUAGE

Smelcer, John E. 1998. Ahtna Noun Dictionary with Pronunciation Guide. Glennallen, Alaska: Ahtna Heritage Foundation.

MSTC ANA Language Program ph.907-822-5399.

Kari, James. 1990. Ahtna Athabaskan Dictionary Alaska Native Language Center University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska. Ahtna, Inc.Glennallen, AK.

Dedication

MSTC Mission Statement

Introduction

Prelude

In A Sacred Manner, by Wilson Justin

Learn & Serve Focus Groups

People icon

ELDERS

DENAEY (PEOPLE)

Interview of Elders

Clans of Chistochina & Mentasta

Why Are We Here?

Who We Are

Land icon

NANINEH (LAND)

Our Way of Life

Mapping the Village

What A Waste

Raw Materials

Our Natural Resources

Weather/Climate

Water icon

TUU (WATER)

Water, Water

Our Watershed

Food icon

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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