Digital Archives features hundreds of contemporary video clips addressing a wide spectrum of topics from tribal perspectives.
The content in this section is organized according to the Essential Understandings regarding Montana Indians – educational standards developed for teachers, but also intended to be user-friendly for all interested citizens.
The "Big Picture" section provides an historical perspective on Indian Education for All and the "In Action" section showcases examples of IEFA implementation.
There are several files in the “PDF files for reference” drop-down menu on this page, which you may wish to print out and have available as you go through the digital archives.
Meet the Speakers - click on this link to be introduced to the people featured in this archive.
The interviews featured here are individual perspectives regarding the Essential Understandings and Indian Education for All, as such, they are not meant to be reflective of their tribal nation or educational association. (see Essential Understanding #2).
Sources – click here for background information about the media collections presented here.
OPI Curriculum Specialist
- To begin, select one of the categories on the left of this page, and choose a topic to open the video clip.
- Video clips on this site are presented alphabetically by tribe, and then by individual.
- At the end of each clip title listed you will find bracketed numbers representing length of video play time in minutes and seconds. Example: [3:21] is 3 minutes, 21 seconds.