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About Teresa Dameron

Teri has spent most of her early adult career working with Native families as a youth program coordinator, adult education counselor, substance abuse counselor, college instructor/advisor, TRIO Talent Search Coordinator, and certified elementary teacher. Since 2000, she has honed her skills through her graduate school coursework in Public Administration as a Planner in Indian Country. She takes great pride in being able to “connect the dots” for tribal communities, especially when it will promote wellness.

Show Highlights

  • Teaching tips on honoring Native American Culture
  • The significance of the drum and feather
  • Elementary, middle, and high school level lesson ideas
  • Digging deeper then the usual Native American topics
  • Native American Spirituality
  • Integrating Indigenous Culture in ELA, math, science, physical education, and music.

Connect with Teri

Traditional Eagle Solutions, LLC

Additional Resources

Brother Eagle, Sister Sky

Black Elk Speaks

Billy Mills

Recovering the Sacred: The Power of Naming and Claiming

Navajo Code Talkers

Vine Deloria, Jr.

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

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