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Native Educators Panel Link - Shared screen with speaker view
Veronica Nelson
19:51
Rosie was an educator on the Navajo reservation for 32 years.
Theresa
20:01
Theresa Eisenberg. Kirsten’s grandmother and former educator
Sean Malinis
22:30
Sean Malinis, 2nd year undergrad, looking forward to everything you have to share
Bryanna Kinlicheene (she/her)
24:22
Welcome everyone! As you join, please type in the chat your name, affiliation, and what you would like to learn in the next hour.
ian
25:48
Hi I’m Ian, Navajo, and I am 2nd year undergrad happy to learn and support my sister Kirsten!
Katy Leigh-Osroosh
26:01
Program website: https://education.sdsu.edu/shpa
Leizel Collo (She/Her/Hers)
26:14
Hello! My name is Leizel Collo, a second-year psychology undergraduate and I'm excited to take everything our speakers share today to keep in mind and apply to my own education and learning
ian
26:55
We got u
Gabrielle Romo
28:33
I'm Gabby Romo, a second year in the school psychology program. I'd love to hear about some highlights from what you've experienced through SHPA this year
Janelle Johnson
29:00
Janelle Johnson, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe- MN, looking to learn about Native perspectives on mental health/wellness
Denise Villa
32:06
Thank you for sharing! :)
Alvan Kana
32:35
Alvan Kana, a second-year graduate student from the SDSU school psychology program. I would love to learn more about SHPA project!
Denise Villa
35:13
<333 thank you for sharing!
Bryanna Kinlicheene (she/her)
38:04
Welcome everyone! As you join, please type in the chat your name, affiliation, and what you would like to learn in the next hour.
Bryanna Kinlicheene (she/her)
38:21
Thank you to everyone who is here tonight and for sharing in the chat.
Breanna Johnson
47:15
Hello! My name is Bre Johnson and I teach 2nd & 3rd grade in Durango, CO. I am hoping to gain a new perspective and improve my teaching for all students, but especially my Native students.
Kirsten Mathos
57:36
We’d be happy to share our digital outline for online/Zoom Resiliency Groups. I can send a template if you’d like to email me at kmathos6379@sdsu.edu
Denise Villa
58:20
Yes, thank you! Loved all the ideas you’ve all been sharing! Thank you!
Katy Leigh-Osroosh
01:01:03
SHPA's program website: https://education.sdsu.edu/shpa
Katy Leigh-Osroosh
01:02:55
Resource page Meghan is currently showing: https://sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/resourcesnativeyouthcommunity/home?authuser=0
Denise Villa
01:04:20
Beautifully said Koos, thank you!
Denise Villa
01:28:23
Thank you both for sharing! :)
Vanessa T
01:29:53
Any tips for current educators to start supporting their native students, especially during these times and virtually?
Kirsten Mathos
01:30:34
A lot of the lessons shared on our SHPA website can easily be adapted to virtual learning
Abril Macias - they/them
01:30:53
thank you so much. all the beloved stories ❤
Katy Leigh-Osroosh
01:31:12
https://sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/resourcesnativeyouthcommunity/home?authuser=0
Kirsten Mathos
01:31:12
@Vanessa T https://sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/resourcesnativeyouthcommunity/home?authuser=0
Katy Leigh-Osroosh
01:32:02
^resource website that has lesson plans which integrate culture with common core standards at different grade levels.
Meghan Koos (she/her)
01:33:08
Thank you!
Katy Leigh-Osroosh
01:33:27
Each nation has it's own history and culture which needs to be considered when adapting lessons. Just being curious and open to learning from your students about their culture is a great start
Abril Macias - they/them
01:33:32
any pen pal resources?
Meghan Koos (she/her)
01:34:42
The sixth graders last year were not shy! :) - I wonder how much that resulted from many years of being in groups together
Katy Leigh-Osroosh
01:34:55
@abril can you say more?
Denise Villa
01:35:06
We’re lucky to have such strong, resilient & empowering women like you working with our students and the community. Thank you for everything you shared
Breanna Johnson
01:35:21
Thank you so much for sharing your insights and resources! Thanks for the invite, Bry!