Oklahoma Council Of History Education Panel Discusses How To Teach Indigenous History In The 21st Century


Monday, October 4th 2021, 4:50 pm
By: News On 6, News9


A panel of tribal leaders and educators talks about ways to grow Indigenous education opportunities across Oklahoma.

List of Panelists: 

  1. Carrie Whitlow, Director of Education, Cheyenne Arapaho Tribes
  2. Carolyn Codopony, Director of Early Childhood, Comanche Nation
  3. Dr. Toni Tsatoke-Mule, Department of Native American Studies, University of Oklahoma
  4. Tesia Zientek, Director of Education, Citizen Band of Potawatomi
  5. Alison Black, Indian Education Coordinator, Stillwater Public Schools; President of OCIE

Presented by Amanda Moore, Riverside Indian School Social Studies Teacher and OKCHE board member.

Resources they shared for educators:

Carolyn Codopony

https://worldforumfoundation.org/workinggroups/indigenous-people/

Comanche Language Department, Lawton, Oklahoma, is on social media; We also have the Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center is here in Lawton and is also on social media and has history tidbits posted regularly.


Tesia Zientek

https://www.potawatomi.org/blog/service/department-of-education/ 

https://www.niea.org/ 

https://www.potawatomiheritage.com/classroom/

https://www.oklahoma-ocie.org/

https://americanindian.si.edu/nk360

Dr. Toni Tsatoke-Mule

Kiowa Language and Culture Revitalization Program on Facebook

Amanda Moore

Whose Land; Native Times