Remembering Indigenous Voices in the Classroom

September 27, 2020

This webinar will touch on why we forget to include the Indigenous voice in our classrooms and remind us all of some concrete actions (and vocabulary to use) to take in the classroom so as to not be complicit in the erasure of Indigenous people on Turtle Island (The United States).

Location

Online

Webinar Master

Trisha Moquino

Remembering Indigenous Voices in the Classroom 

This webinar will touch on why we forget to include the Indigenous voice in our classrooms and remind us all of some concrete actions (and vocabulary to use) to take in the classroom so as to not be complicit in the erasure of Indigenous people on Turtle Island (The United States). Register Below.

Trisha Moquino is the Co-Founder/Education Director/Guide at Keres Children’s Learning Center (KCLC) which serves Cochiti Pueblo. She is from the Tribal/Pueblo communities of Cochiti, Kewa, and Ohkay Ohwingeh in New Mexico. Trisha completed her Montessori Elementary I certification at the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies and her Primary training with United Montessori Association.  Her master’s thesis laid out the vision for what would eventually become the KCLC. Her daughters were her inspiration for wanting to start KCLC.

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  • Remembering Indigenous Voices in the Classroom

    with Trisha Moquino
    Sunday, September 27, 2020 4:00-6:00 p.m. EDT

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