“Since Time Immemorial (STI):” Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum Basic Workshop

This workshop is geared towards teachers, educators and individuals who work in Tribal Government. There is no fee to attend our trainings and free clock hours are provided. Registration is required which helps us plan for room set up, our lunch count, and handout materials. 

Download the flyer here:
http://snoqualmietribe.us/sites/default/files/stiworkshopr2.pdf

Effective July 24, 2015 with the passage of Senate Bill 5433, school districts are required to incorporate lessons about the history, culture and government of the nearest federally recognized Indian Tribe(s) when the district reviews or adopts its social studies curriculum (RCW 28A.320.170). School districts shall collaborate with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) on curricular areas regarding tribal government and history that are statewide in nature such as the concept of tribal sovereignty and the history of federal policy towards federally recognized Indian Tribes.

School districts shall meet these requirements by using the “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal Sovereignty online curriculum and may modify this curriculum in order to incorporate elements that have a regionally specific focus or to incorporate the curriculum into existing curricular materials.

Date: 
Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 08:00