Jan 22-Apr 19, 2013
Credit: 3 graduate
Tuition & Fees: $835.05
Instructor(s): Jioanna Carjuzaa
Spaces are available for K-12 teachers who qualify for the Title II grant. Please see Tuition and Fees for more information.
Waitlist is available for other interested students who do not qualify for the Title II grant funding. Please contact Extended University, Office of Continuing Education at ContinuingEd@montana.edu to be added to the waitlist
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This course will explore the goals and evolution of Indian Education for All (IEFA) within a multicultural education framework, and discuss how educators are best prepared to implement this transformative educational policy. It will examine the historical, political, and cultural forces that foster systematic disparities based on ascribed characteristics, and critically examines strategies for addressing such disparities. It highlights Montana’s constitutional commitment to the cultural heritages of American Indians which exemplifies the practical application of multicultural education.
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Instructor(s)Jioanna Carjuzaa, PhD.
Dr. Jioanna Carjuzaa is an Associate Professor of Education at Montana State University-Bozeman. She holds a Ph.D. in Multicultural, Social and Bilingual Foundations of Education from the University of Colorado-Boulder. She has over twenty years teaching experience as a multicultural teacher educator, diversity trainer, and English for Academic Purposes (ESP-Business) instructor. At MSU she teaches multiple sections of Multicultural Education; in addition she has offered graduate courses in Social Justice in Education, Indigenous Research Methodologies, American Indian Studies for Teachers, and Teaching EFL/ESL: Second Language Acquisition Theory and Language Teaching Methodologies. Jioanna is grateful to serve as the co-advisor to American Indian Council and has had the very enjoyable opportunity to team teach Indigenous Leadership and Powwow Fundraising and Leadership with Jim Burns numerous times. In addition, Jioanna serves as the facilitator for Indian Education for All professional development opportunities for MSU faculty, staff, and students.
Time Commitment:10-12 hours per week. If you are unfamiliar with this field of study and/or method of delivery, you may require more time.
Tuition and Fees
Through a Title II Grant, OCHE has funding to support K-12 teachers who are interested in participating in this course. To find out if you qualify for financial support, please contact Brandi Foster, Director of American Indian and Minority Student Achievement with OCHE at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Jioanna Carjuzaa at email@example.com
A $30 registration fee is also charged once per semester.
The costs above assume that you are taking only MSU Extended University courses during the semester that the course is offered. If you also registered for courses through the MSU Registrar, the regular MSU fee structure may apply.
A $40 late fee will be assessed if payment is not posted to your account by 3 pm (Mountain Time) of the course start date (or the business day before if the course starts on a weekend or a holiday).
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Registration Questions: Please contact Extended University, Office of Continuing Education at ContinuingEd@montana.edu or (406) 994-6683, toll free (866)540-5660
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