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SB13 Tribal History/Shared History Professional Development Courses

Thank you for your interest in the SB13 Tribal History/Shared History Professional Development Modules. Watch this video for an introduction to the modules from April Campbell, Director of the Office of Indian Education.

The modules are now available via a direct link without logging into iLearn. Please note, the iLearn system will no longer be accessible after Wednesday, June 15, 2021 and users will no longer have access to the system. Make sure to download any training records before then.

Watch this short video to learn how to fill out the form, access the training module, and download the completion certificate.

Follow the directions below to access the trainings:

  • To access each module you will fill out the form linked in each section below. After you fill out the form and click submit, the next page will contain the password to access the module. Each module has a separate password, so you will fill out the corresponding form for each module when you access each module.
  • When you finish the module, you will be able to download the completion certificate. The PDF has a section for users to fill in their name and the date they completed the training. *This is the only record of training completion; keep a copy of this certificate for your records.

Fill out the SB13 Inservice Form for the password to the training. Then click on the SB 13 Inservice link below to access the webpage.

SB13 Inservice​ 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.

Fill out the SB13 Tribal History/Shared History Access Form for the password to the training. Click on the Module 1 link below to access the webpage.

Module 1​ covers the following 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.


Fill out the SB13 Module 2 Access Form for the password to the training. Click on the Module 2 link below to access the webpage.

Module 2​ covers the following 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.

Fill out the SB13 Module 3 Access Form for the password to the training. Click on the Module 3 link below to access the webpage.

Module 3​ covers the following sections of the nine Essential Understandings:

  • Essential Understanding 5: Identity
  • Essential Understanding 6: Lifeways

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.

Fill out the SB13 Module 4 Access Form for the password to the training. Click on the Module 4 link below to access the webpage.

Module 4​ covers the following sections of the nine Essential Understandings:

  • Essential Understanding 7: Language
  • Essential Understanding 8: Treaties with the United States

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.

Fill out the SB13 Module 5 Access Form for the password to the training. Click on the Module 5 link below to access the webpage.

Module 5​ covers the following sections of the nine Essential Understandings:

  • Essential Understanding 9: Genocide, Federal Policy and Laws

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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