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SB13 Tribal History/Shared History Professional Development Courses

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​​SB13 Inservice​ is a storyboard project of short videos including presentations on the background of Senate Bill (SB) 13 Tribal History/Shared History, The Essential Understandings of Native Americans in Oregon process, The 6 P’s (Critical Orientations for Indigenous Studies Curriculum), Tribal place-based curricula as well as lesson modeling demonstrations.

Module 1​ covers the follwing sections of the nine Essential Understandings:

  • Essential Understanding 1: Since Time Immemorial
  • Essential Understanding 2: Sovereignty

It is designed to support educators in building a foundation for teaching, training, and serving as a source of support, knowledge, and advocacy within their school, district, or organization for the Senate Bill 13 Tribal History/Shared History curriculum.


Module 2​​ covers the follwing sections of the nine Essential Understandings:

  • Essential Understanding 3: History
  • Essential Understanding 4: Tribal Government

It is designed to support educators in building a foundation for teaching, training, and serving as a source of support, knowledge, and advocacy within their school, district, or organization for the Senate Bill 13 Tribal History/Shared History curriculum.

More modules coming soon!


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