Indian Education for All Workshop
- Thursday, October 26, 2017 from 10:30am to 4:00pm
- Strand Union Building, Procrastinator Theater - view map
The annual fall Indian Education for All professional development workshop will feature MSU students who attended an international conference in Toronto, Canada, this past summer, and Dr. Martin Reinhardt, associate professor of Native American Studies at Northern Michigan University.
10:30-12:00--students in the SINE student organization will share their experiences at the World Indigenous People's Conference on Education (WIPCE) in July. The panel will discuss how they came to present, what it meant to be the only undergraduate presenters, and how this experience will impact their teaching careers.
1:30-4:00--Martin Reinhardt will present "The Shared Responsibility for American Indian Education" in his keynote address. He will discuss Indian identity, the tri-lateral relationship, and treaty education provisions. He is an associate professor of Native American Studies at Northern Michigan University and serves as the president of the Michigan Indian Education Council. He is a former research associate for the Interwest Equity Assistance Center and the former vice-president for diversity and research for Educational Options, Inc. He has a Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University.
His research focuses on revitalizing relationships between humans and Indigenous plants and animals of the Great Lakes area.
Refreshment will be served. No RSVP necessary
- College of Education, Health and Human Development