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Indigenous Online Resources

Indigenous Internet Resources

With the increase in diversity, many scholars and educators see the need of deepening awareness and increasing one’s knowledge of the unique assets, strengths and needs among Indigenous Peoples. The purpose of these resources is represent a holistic approach to education and well-being.

These resources are designed to provide online information focused on Native, Indigenous and Mestizo communities in the following domains:

  • Education
  • Indigenous scholarship/journals
  • Culture and organizations
  • Health
  • Arts
  • Indigenous global and national forums

The initial vision of these resources was to assist teachers in developing culturally congruent and responsive curricula and respective educational materials and lesson plans.  Based on current research, we recognized the need to broaden our vision to promote inclusivity within indigenous communities and across professions.

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Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction:  Indian Education
Tribal Sovereignty/Overview House Bill 1495:  Since Time Immemorial:  Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State

Teaching about Indians Grades K-6
Teaching about Indians Grades 7-12
Shadow of the Salmon Curriculum for 8th Grade Teachers
Math in Indigenous Weaving – An Overview
Alaska Native Knowledge/Culturally-Based Curriculum Resources
Alaska Native Knowledge Network—Online Curriculum Resources
Tlingit Moon & Tide Teaching Curriculum:  Elementary Level
Mesoamerican/Aztec Culture
Culturally Responsive Classrooms – Resources
Early Childhood, K-12, Post High Education, Educational Policy and Initiatives
Teaching and Learning with Aloha:  Successful Strategies for Engaging Hawaiian Learners
(includes Executive Summary, Working Group Chapters, Assessment and Advocacy)


Working Group Chapters
Examples of Culture-Based Educational Programs for Native Hawaiians
Indigenous Assessment Toolkit


 Indigenous Scholarship/Journals

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
UCLA American Indian Studies Center
Julian Samora Research Institute
Inter-University Program for Latino Research
Pew Research Hispanic Center
Journal of American Indian Education
Journal of Indigenous Research
Journal of Indigenous Social Development
Hulili:  Multidisciplinary Research on Hawaiian Well-Being

Culture and Organizations

Nez Perce Tribe
Coeur d’Alene Tribe
Kalispel Tribe of Indians
Indigenous Cultures Institute
Méixco Nación MMulticultural
Hawai’inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge
Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language
Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies
Alu Like, Inc.
Office of Hawaiian Affairs
Hawaiian Cultural Center


Institute of Translational Health Sciences
Traditional Medicine without Borders:  Curanderismo in the Southwest & Mexico
Centro de Desarrollo Humano Hacia la Comunidad
Research and Training Center on Disability in Rural Communities
American Indian Disability Resources
Consortia of Administrators for Native American Rehabilitation
National Indian Parent Information Center
The Office of Minority Health
National Indian Health Board
Department of Native Hawaiian Health
Native Hawaiian Center for Excellence
Papa Ola Lokahi
Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center
Native Hawaiian Health Systems
Moloka’i Community Health Center


The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Evergreen Longhouse
Mesoamerican/Aztec Culture

Indigenous, Global and National Forums

United Nationals Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
The World Bank & Indigenous Peoples,,menuPK:407808~pagePK:149018~piPK:149093~theSitePK:407802,00.html
First Peoples:  New Directions in Indigenous Studies
Washington State University