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Fri, Sep 06


Rohnert Park

Native Education Workshop Series

Interested in learning how to enhance Native visibility in K-12 education? Join us for our 4-week FREE Native Education Workshop Series!

Native Education Workshop Series
Native Education Workshop Series

Time & Location

Sep 06, 2024, 10:00 AM – Oct 25, 2024, 12:30 PM

Rohnert Park, 1500 Valley House Dr #210, Rohnert Park, CA 94928, USA

About the event

A diverse cohort of Native American educators - from aspiring teachers, to outdoor teachers, to Tribal Youth Coordinators - will gather to learn and practice creating educational materials from a Native lens. Our workshops are crafted for hands-on, practical skill-building experiences.

Participants will receive a small stipend for their time and contributions to the program!

*In select cases, participants may be eligible to receive college credit.


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Taylor Pennewell, Masters in Teaching-English/Language Arts, Berry Creek Tyme Maidu

  • Redbud's Co-Founder and Executive Director
  • Co-author of Seeing Our Native Students
  • Professional Development consultant to the National Museum of the American Indian
  • Sits on the CA Governor's Council for Holocaust and Genocide Education

Trelasa Baratta, Masters in Education-Curriculum Teaching & Learning, Middletown Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians

  • Author of Native Perspectives, Everyday Lessons 4th grade curriculum
  • Co-author of Redbud's unit on the CA Indian Genocide, Weaving the Future, Confronting the Past
  • Specializes in Native-authored educational resources

Registration is free, but seats are limited! Click RSVP to apply!

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