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giminaadimaadizikenin

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Historically public art, whether murals or mosaics, empowers folks. Often public art is the voice piece for those often unheard. South Ridge 8th grade created hand painted tiles for this 30′ long mosaic mural of the Ojibwe word giminaadimaadizikenin meaning we all work together for good. Students studied and redrew flowering vegetables, wild flowers and fruits […]

bimaadiziwin – a healthy and balanced life

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The phrase “The Good Road” is a term used by many different Native American tribal communities to represent “one who is walking the road of balance”. Gaining knowledge to part of this journey. The two figures in the painting are adding positive forces onto the path. The hope is that we all walk this path […]

Quillwork on Birch Bark

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HS Sculpture students worked with guest artists, Juanita Blackhawk and Kim Bollig, to create a piece of quill work. Porcupine quills were sorted by dismeter (not length). Then each quill was warmed in water and attached to birch bark using an awl and tweezers. Designs were chosen to go on either earrings, medallions, pins or […]

American Indian Student Services

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American Indian Student Services provides quality educational program in a positive and challenging learning environment for American Indian students of all ages and to maximize their individual potential to compete in a global society while enriching, respecting, and honoring their cultural heritage.

Engineering Concepts for the Elementary

Posted by | Filed under b i i n d i g e n, citytechnology | Sep 3, 2009 | Comments Off on Engineering Concepts for the Elementary

Students learn best when they include hands on learning. Through pop-ups and mech-animations students create meaningful sculptures that require algebra and geometry. Workshops were held in early Summer 2010 for teachers working with Math, Science and the Arts. Teachers interested in teaching engineering to students as young as 1st grade have found training workshops very […]