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In the Spotlight
Explore some of the newest NK360° resources for teachers and students!
Guide to Disciplinary Connections & Classroom Applications
For teachers: Find practical, standards-based ideas for connecting the NK360° Essential Understandings to your teaching practice.
Teacher Workshop Series | Indigenous Women: Artists and Activists
For teachers: Learn about the intersection of Indigenous women artists and activism in a multi part professional development series from NK360°.
The Trouble with History
For students: Watch this animated short video about the knowns and unknowns of the "sale" of Manhattan from the perspective of both Dutch and Lenape traders.
Featured Teacher and Student Programs
Ecological Knowledge in Pacific Coastal Communities

In this episode of the Youth in Action: Conversation about Our Future series, hear from young Indigenous activists from across the Pacific who are using traditional ecological practices to combat threats to ocean resources.

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NK360° Summer Webinar Series | Tribal Sovereignty: Why it Matters for Teaching and Learning about Native Americans
July 21–22, 2022 | 1 – 2:30 PM ET

Join NK360° for a free two-day virtual webinar series about the importance of tribal sovereignty in teaching and learning about Native Americans.


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Teacher Workshop Series | Indigenous Women: Artists and Activists

Explore the intersections of art and activism through a multi-part webinar series featuring Indigenous women artists. The project received support from the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Native Americans
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