The museum provides a variety of materials for use in the classroom. All have been developed by the museum's education staff in collaboration with Native community members. These materials offer rich Native perspectives on the history and contemporary life of many different Native tribes. Although these resources are grouped by category, they often address multiple themes.
Nizhónígo Nee Ado’ááł (Have a beautiful day)
"Stories through Dance" was featured in the Daily Herald. Read the story here:
The Title 7 program was featured on KSL, Watch the video or read the story here:
Check it out: Camp Eagle was featured on the Daily Herarld website.
We've added some additional resources on our "Teacher Resources" page. These resources were from an email specifically for Librarians, but also serve as a great resource for teachers. Hopefully you will find them useful to you:
Check out this article that The Daily Herald published about our Powwow.
Here is some information to help you with cultural sensitivity this Thanksgiving:
BYUtv's Turning Point documentary spotlights Adopt a Native Elder Program's humanitarian efforts. This is one of Nebo Title VII service projects! You can watch the documentary online:
We also want to let you know that we are still actively supporting this program, right now we are collecting oatmeal and Spam for the elders. We will take these up with us to ANE Rug Show field trip on Nov 11. We all need to help support or Native Elders!
The National Museum of the American Indian has published the beautiful 9-page booklet American Indian Perspectives on Thanksgiving. You can access the PDF at http://nmai.si.edu/sites/1/files/pdf/education/thanksgiving_poster.pdf