Frequently Asked Questions: Virtual Teacher Institute
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Yes, this year's theme will be different. The 2021 summer institute provides foundational knowledge about U.S. federal Indian policies and their impact on Native Americans. Participants will learn about federal Indian policy periods and how they have shaped relationships between Native nations and the United States.
You may register for any days you wish to attend. You can register for one, two, or all three sessions. We recommend, however, attending all the sessions as the programming is structured in such a way that the content builds from one day to the next.
No. Each webinar’s capacity is limited to 1,000 attendees. Only the first 1,000 who sign into the webinar will get in. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Each webinar is limited to 1,000 attendees. We recommend you do not exit because you may lose your spot depending on the attendance of that day’s session.
Yes, you will be sent a link to each day’s webinar after it ends. We will post edited versions of the webinar videos to the NK360° Recorded Webinars page after the conclusion of the virtual institute.
Yes, you will receive a recording of the webinars for which you registered.
Unfortunately, due to copyright constraints, we are unable to share the PowerPoint files; however, recordings of each day’s webinar will be emailed to all registered attendees. Additionally, the teacher institute videos will be posted to the NK360° Recorded Webinars page.
We will compile and send all NMAI resources and most participant-generated resources to all registered attendees, regardless of whether you were able to attend the live sessions.