14th Annual Indian Education for All Best Practices Conference Registration MSU-Billings, Billings, MT Indigenizing Education in Montana
MAY 3-5, 2020
MSU - Billings Campus
University Campus - Student Union Building
1500 University Drive
Billings, Montana 59101-0298
(406) 657-2888

Indian Education for All is about learning, growing, and breaking down barriers. Educators at the 14th Annual Indian Education for All Best Practices will have opportunities to see, hear, and experience Indigenization of curriculum in all content areas. Indigenizing education means honoring tribal perspectives and transforming curriculum and classroom practices to include, accept, and elevate the tribal knowledges and experiences, both historic and contemporary, in Montana.

Contact Jennifer Stadum or Joan Franke at (406)444-0725 or (406)444-3694 or email jstadum@mt.gov or jfranke@mt.gov should you have any questions. *Please note that any registrations not paid in full by Friday, April 24, 2020 will result in your registration being canceled.

Shortly after you receive registration confirmation you will receive detailed conference information.

Preliminary conference agenda: https://opi.mt.gov/Portals/182/Page%20Files/Indian%20Education/Conference_Info/Agenda_at_a_Glance_BP2020.pdf?ver=2020-01-16-135048-280
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I am an undergraduate college student studying to be a teacher (your registration fees will be waived) *
What days will you attend? Please choose ONE. *
If you plan on attending the conference on Sunday, May 3 - you have a choice between a mini-institute OR a field trip. Field Trip participation is limited to 50 and spaces are first come, first served. You will need to choose ONE of the mini-institutes OR the field trip to be enrolled. After enrolling in a mini-institute or the field trip you will receive more details about your selected activity:
Monday, May 4, Cultural Continuum Attendance 4:30 -6:00 PM Please join us at the Montana Audubon Center for appetizers, Nakoda storytelling around a campfire, Northern Cheyenne ethnobotany, and more! The Montana Audubon Center is a quick and easy 4 mile drive south of the MSU-B Campus. There is plenty of parking. *
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The Office of Public Instruction is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. If you need an accommodation, require an alternate format of a document, or have questions concerning accessibility, please contact, phone number, TTY, and email, by close of business on April 17, 2020.
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