Confluence Library

Read here on how to weclome a Native educator in your classroom for a residency or field trip

Confluence in the Classroom put together a four pager on key concepts and understandings to do with CIC Native Educators, Oregon State tribal history requirements, and Washington State tribal history requirements. Read and download it here.

To understand more about Confluence in the Classroom, read this educational review by Suzy Watts here.

This is a list of off-site resources that can be helpful for teachers.

Yakama artist Toma Villa did a special project where he arranged a group of fourth graders into the image of the famous petroglyph, She Who Watches

Brigette McConville is a cultural educator from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Spring. She runs Salmon King Fisheries with her husband, Sean McConville.

Toma Villa is a muralist, painter, carver, and sculptor from the Yakama Nation.

Artist Toma Villa (Yakama) and storyteller Ed Edmo (Shoshone-Bannock, Yakama, Nez Perce) recently worked with students from White Salmon, Washington through Confluence Outdoors.

Filmmaker Woodrow Hunt is Klamath/Modoc/Cherokee and founder of Tule Films. He is the filmmaker for the Confluence Documentary Shorts that were released in April 2019.

This curriculum is often used by schools that are part of Confluence in the Classroom. Teaching a curriculum such as this to students better prepares them for having the Native educator in the classroom.