Best Practice Sharing
As part of our commitment to operating effectively and efficiently and also toward transforming our communities, we seek to document and share best practices.
Host convenings for Indigenous education
Inform / advocate for educational community-led reform efforts
Participate in studies with higher Education and federal and state entities on best practices in Indigenous education
Participate in national and regional dialogues and committees with various thought leaders and initiatives that impact Native Youth and families
Sharing culturally-integrated curriculum
Teaching the NACA wellness wheel and philosophy
Establishing expertise in core areas
Innovations in Indigenous Education
Teacher Summer Institute
Professional Learning Systems Development
NISN Resource Hub
As part of our commitment to leadership in Indigenous education, we encourage you to visit our NISN Resource Hub to learn more about best practices in Indigenous education and to hear from teachers at NISN schools.
Sharing best practices to help Native students
Sharing content UbDs, lesson plans, and units
Answering questions from FAQs and providing resources about NACA and NISN schools to visitors
Qeyno Labs and NACA Inspired Schools Network Announce the First My Brother’s Keeper Hackathon for Native Youth (#NativeMBK), 3.23.2015
Three-day event aims to expose Native American students to college and career opportunities in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art Design, and Mathematics)
“Indian Education in New Mexico 2025″ A Report | Turtle Talk
This study indicates that best practices in Indian education entail providing a culturally responsive education for Native students. Culturally responsive education requires systemic reform and transformation in educational ideologies. Such a task is not easily accomplished in a rigid public school structure that is bound by state and federal laws.
To download pdf version, click here.