Art on the Mind

January 3, 2019

Contribution by Cree Whelshula, NLCC TTA Director In every Native community, you will find an abundance of gifted and talented Native artists. These artistic gifts come in the form of…

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Qualitative Data Analysese

January 3, 2019

Contribution by Maria Griffin, NLCC Center Director, Dr. Gary Bess and Jim Myers, NLCC Language Evaluators Most people have heard and know about quantitative data, but few recognize the term…

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What’s New? – January 2019

January 3, 2019

Here at NLCC, we are working diligently to prepare for the Semi-Annual Convening coming up in February. In honor of the Yurok Tribe who will be hosting us, we will…

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A Rope to Hang Onto

January 3, 2019

Contribution by Julie Simpson, Lead ECEAP Teacher, Salish School of Spokane Julie started learning language when she worked at Inchelium Head Start around 2003 as an Early Childhood Education (ECE)…

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Spiraled Curriculum

January 3, 2019

Contribution by Cree Whelshula, NLCC TTA Director Spiraled curriculum is cycling back to the same topics or themes and continuously building upon knowledge of those themes and increasing the complexity…

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