To register with invoice/check, complete the PDF registration form.
Any registrations received/postmarked after June 16, 2024 will incur a $25.00 late registration fee.
*Lodging is not included in the registration fee (more information below).
*Additional fees apply if you are seeking course credit (more information below).
The Native Studies Summer Workshop for Educators (NSSWE) is designed to increase the knowledge, sensitivity and awareness of Minnesota educators, administrators, and student service providers on the histories, cultures and languages of the federally recognized tribes and bands in Minnesota.
This high-quality professional development program will promote a greater understanding of American Indian issues and provide opportunities to critically evaluate educational materials and resources. The goal of NSSWE is to facilitate learning among teachers, administrators, and student service providers in order to increase the effectiveness of working with American Indian students and teaching American Indian content.
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The workshop is designed specifically for P-12 and college educators; students in teacher training programs; those involved with the education of American Indian students including classroom teachers, teacher aides, curriculum specialists, library media specialists, guidance counselors, home-school coordinators, Title IX/JOM coordinators and administrators; tribal education staff; college and university faculty, staff and administrators; and those with an interest in American Indian Studies and/or American Indian education.
St. Cloud State University's Department of Ethnic, Gender and Women's Studies offers credit for the below courses for an additional fee.
Variable credits (2-3)
Cost per credit is $378.06 per undergraduate credit and $534.12 per graduate credit.*
* Consult Cost of Attendance, Tuition and Fees - Tuition Details for exact amounts, based on your residence.
I believe the Native Studies Workshop for Educators is a program that is having a positive impact on education in Minnesota.
I would encourage social studies people to attend if they can, especially if they are teaching Minnesota history as part of their curriculum.
A very enlightening, provocative and informative workshop...it offers a refreshing perspective on both history and current events.
Eye opening and a great learning experience for me.
Key in raising my understanding of the Dakota and Ojibwe histories and cultures. Meeting members of those nations and hearing their stories directly has given me insight that I could never get from simply reading a book.