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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Upcoming IEFA Professional Development Opportunities

There are some great IEFA professional development--and PDs that integrate IEFA--coming up. Here are the ones that have crossed my desk. 



Montana Indian Education Association Annual Conference
Date(s):  April 19 –22, 2017
Location:  Missoula, Holiday Inn Downtown
Cost: $250 (for early registration)
Contact:  www.mtiea.org

The Montana Indian Education Association is hosting their 36th Annual Conference in Missoula in conjunction with the Kyi-Yo Powwow at U of M.  The conference theme is "Counting Coups through Education". 

Elk River Writing Project Invitational Leadership Institute
Date(s): Blended delivery – Online/On campus June 12 – August 14, 2017
              On campus: MSUB, June 12 – June 23, 9:00 a.m. –  4:30 p.m. daily
              Online: June 26 - August 11, ~3 hours per week
              On campus: MSUB, August 14, 9:00 a.m. – 6:15 p.m.
Location: Montana State University Billings and Online
Cost: $285
Contact:  Glenda McCarthy, email: elkriverwriting@gmail.com, phone: 406-839-0070

Elk River Writing Project's Invitational Leadership Institute offers 7 graduate credits to participants in a writing and teaching intensive course that blends place-based education, best literacy practices, Common Core, multicultural education and Indian Education for All.  All curricular areas, teaching levels and disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Worlds Apart But Not Strangers: Holocaust Education and Indian Education for All
Date(s): July 16 – 22, 2017
Location: MSU-B, Billings, MT
Cost: participants pay only for their housing (dorms available) and a few meals. 3 graduate credits offered for $135 total.
Contact:  Wendy Warren, email: wendyzwarren@yahoo.com, phone: 859-237-4069
Learn more and apply: https://www.toli.us/satellite-program/montana/

Worlds Apart But Not Strangers: Holocaust Education and IEFA is a seminar for educators, grades 4-college professors. This year, it will be held in Billings, Montana, site of the founding of the national organization Not in Our Town, as Billings' citizens responded to protect members of the Jewish and Native community from acts of hate. This inquiry-based seminar actively involves participants in classroom and field experiences, inspiring educators to create plans to take into their own classrooms, schools and communities.







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