We have come to the decision to postpone the Confluence Expanding Cultural Awareness workshop at the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, in Pendleton. This is due to the concerns of the coronavirus and cancellations from a number of attendees. We want to make sure we can deliver this workshop to as many of you as possible and so are postponing. We will be in touch with more information and alternate dates.
Expanding Cultural Awareness through the Native American Experience
Culture is something everybody has. Participants in this professional development workshop will gain cultural self-awareness and cross-cultural understanding to become co-responsible for building healthy communities in the classroom. That journey begins with openness and curiosity.
This workshop is for teachers across multiple content areas, including social studies, science and the arts. It will provide guiding principles in teaching Tribal history as Oregon history and take-home activities for educators to engage students on a journey of inclusivity that includes fostering social learning, teaching multiple perspectives, understanding implicit bias, sovereignty, and the intersection of history, culture, and place from a multicultural framework.
WHEN: March 13th, 8am to 4pm
WHERE: Tamástslikt Cultural Instuite
47106 Wildhorse Blvd, Pendleton, OR 97801.
With any questions, please contact Confluence Education Manager Heather Gurko at firstname.lastname@example.org