KGBSD Cultural Resouces

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  • Guide to Implementing the Alaska Cultural Standards for Educators

    The Alaska Standards for Culturally-Responsive Schools, created by the Alaska Rural Systemic Initiative, are imbedded in the student and professional standards along with regulations for teacher preparation programs in Alaska.

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  • Culture in the Classroom

    This document was developed as part of SERRC's Project CREATE (Culturally Responsive Evidences for Alaska Teacher Effectiveness) to develop and support a teacher evaluation framework based on Alaska Teacher Standards and Alaska Cultural Standards for Educators.

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  • ANKN: Alaska Standard for Culturally Responsive Schools

    The Alaska standards for culturally-reponsive schools have been developed by Alaska Native educators to provide a way for schools and communities to examine the extent to which they are attending to the educational and cultural well being of the students in their care.

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  • Ketchikan Indian Community Cultural Education

    The Ketchikan Indian Community provides a variety of cultural educaiton opprotunites to the Ketchikan community.

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  • ANKN: Tligit-Haida-Tsimshian Southeast Alaska

    Alaska Native Knowledge Network cultrual resouces for Southeast Alaska.

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  • App: Learning Tlingit

    The "Tlingit Language" app helps to build skills in the language. This app contains hundreds of entries in more than 20 different categories all with accompanying audio for vocabulary and phrases.

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  • SeaAlaska Heritage

    Sealaska Heritage Institute is a private nonprofit founded in 1980 to perpetuate and enhance Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures of Southeast Alaska. Its goal is to promote cultural diversity and cross-cultural understanding through public services and events. Sealaska Heritage also conducts social, scientific and public policy research that promotes Alaska Native arts, cultures, history and education statewide.

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