• In the Name of the Salish & Kootenai Nation: The 1855 Hell Gate Treaty and the Origin of the Flathead Indian Reservation by R. Bigard and C. Woodcock (1996); • A Brief History of the Salish and Pend d’Oreille Tribes by the Salish-Pend d’Oreille Culture Committee (2003); • Salish People and the Lewis and Clark Expedition by the Salish-Pend d’Oreille Culture Committee and Elders Cultural Advisory Council (2005); • Coming Back Slow: The Importance of Preserving Salish Indian Culture and Language by Agnes Vanderburg (1995).
Through the readings, participants will examine primary and secondary documents that inform the tribal history of the Flathead Reservation. Participants will utilize their critical analysis skills while using instructional strategies within the context of multicultural education. This course is divided into weekly “modules.” Participants will have one week, starting on Monday and ending on Sunday, to complete each consecutive module. Each weekly module includes a reading assignment, an instructional strategy and a group discussion component. The weekly assignments are due at various times during each week. The last week of the course is dedicated to final projects, depending on the desired credit type. The course books are available to purchase or through your school or local library. Contact the course instructor for a copy of the syllabus.
Event Number: 18521012EDU 455 and C&I 555Instructor: Sindie Kennedy email@example.comDates: January 14 - March 3, 2019
Registration fee: $175Credit: 30 OPI Renewal Units or 2 Semester Credits (semester credit is offered through the University ofMontana and is an additional fee of $155. The course instructor will provide a separate registration form).
Obtaining a copy of the book: Check your school /district or local library. Amazon and other onlinebooksellers often have used copies available. The instructor is available to assist with locating copies, ifneeded.