ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
Indian Education (IED)

IED 401 Navajo Language and Culture I. (3)
fall
History and culture are added components to the introduction of language reading, writing, and speaking. Emphasizes basic communication and appreciation of history and culture. Lecture, discussion.

IED 403 Navajo Language and Culture II. (3)
spring
Emphasizes communication, grammar, and sentence structures. Translations, reading, writing, and discussions of proper and slang language. Includes cultural activities. Lecture, discussion. Prerequisite: IED 401.

IED 410 History of American Indian Education. (3)
fall and spring
Philosophical and historical review of the development of American Indian education policies in both traditional and contemporary society.
General Studies: SB, C, H

IED 422 Methods of Teaching Indian Students. (3)
spring
Philosophies, methodologies, and materials used in Indian education. Examines local and tribal classroom materials. Experimentation with new teaching concepts. Prerequisite: IED 410.

IED 430 Issues in Language and Literacy of Indigenous Peoples. (3)
spring
Examines issues, policies, theoretical foundations, and practices of indigenous peoples and other language minority communities from a sociolinguistics and language reclamation perspective.
General Studies: HU/SB, C

IED 433 Counseling the Indian Student. (3)
fall
Techniques and methods used in counseling, with emphasis on understanding Indian cultures and values. Experimentation with new counseling concepts. Prerequisite: IED 410.

IED 444 The Role of Governments in Native Education Policy and Administration. (3)
fall
Examines the interrelationship of federal Indian policy, federal/state/tribal law, and tribal sovereignty as they have shaped American Indian education. Analyzes administrative practices and personnel, program and fiscal management, and resources as they reflect the historic and present influence of this triad of factors. Credit is allowed for only IED 444 or 544. Lecture, seminar.
General Studies: SB

IED 460 Yaqui History and Culture. (3)
fall
Yaqui history and culture ranging from precontact to the present. Larger themes of Yaqui identity, belief systems, family, traditions, community, resistance, dispersion, and survival.
General Studies: HU/SB, C, H

IED 498 Pro-Seminar. (1 – 7)
fall and spring
Possible topics:

(a)Navajo Language. (3)
Designed for Navajo and non-Navajo-speaking students who have little or no knowledge of the Navajo language in its written form. Emphasizes development of reading, writing, and speaking skills.

IED 500 Administration and Management of Indian Education Programs. (3)
fall
Emphasizes educational leadership research and practice in the schooling of American Indian students. Examines effective practices.

IED 510 History of American Indian Education. (3)
fall and spring
Philosophical and historical review of the development of American Indian education policies in both traditional and contemporary society.

IED 530 Issues in Language and Literacy of Indigenous Peoples. (3)
spring
Examines issues, policies, theoretical foundations, and practices of indigenous peoples and other language minority communities from a sociolinguistics and language reclamation perspective.

IED 544 The Role of Governments in Native Education Policy and Administration. (3)
fall
Examines the interrelationship of federal Indian policy, federal/state/tribal law, and tribal sovereignty as they have shaped American Indian education. Analyzes administrative practices and personnel, program and fiscal management, and resources as they reflect the historic and present influence of this triad of factors. Credit is allowed for only IED 544 or 444. Lecture, seminar.

IED 560 Yaqui History and Culture. (3)
fall
Yaqui history and culture ranging from precontact to the present. Larger themes of Yaqui identity, belief systems, family, traditions, community, resistance, dispersion, and survival.

IED 594 Workshop in Indian Education. (6)
summer
Examines curriculum, pedagogy, community involvement, current issues, and research.

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