Co-Designing Culturally Responsive Pedagogy with Tribal Partners
Culturally responsive and sustaining curricula that are by and about historically marginalized ethnic or racial groups are a powerful tool to engage students of color while combating deficit narratives found in mainstream curricula. School leaders can work with local community members in developing learning materials and sharing decision-making to improve school climate while affirming the value of all school community members. In this audiocast, you’ll hear about how Shasta County Office of Education has worked with local tribal members to form an American Indian Advisory group that co-creates lesson plans that celebrate and honor the history, culture, and continuing contributions of Native Americans.
- Judy Flores, Superintendent of Schools
- Kelly Rizzi, Director of School & District Support
- Cindy Hogue, Wintu of Northern California Tribal Member and American Indian Advisory Cultural Consultant, Happy Valley School District 8th Grade Teacher
View the transcript for this audiocast.
Download the Shasta County Office of Education brief.