Learn about the five American Indian tribes in North Dakota
Find info about nursing schools, scholarships, and specialties
Discover Native people’s concepts of health and illness
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INFORMATION FOR TEACHERS
- 9-12 grade
Through information and perspectives shared by American Indian nurses, along with other engaging content, the goals of this course are to:
- Establish the need for American Indian nurses
- Evoke interest and excitement about the range of possibilities of a nursing career
- Emphasize the strong affinity between Native cultural values and the practice of Nursing
- Inspire and instill confidence that a nursing career is within grasp
- Establish steps that can be taken now to prepare for nursing or other healthcare careers
- Honor the legacy of Native American nurses
- Inspiration for Nursing
- The Need for Nursing
- Native Culture and Nursing
- Pathways to a Nursing Career
- Nursing School Experiences
- Experiences on the Job
- The Legacy of Nursing
- The Journey Onward
Each of the eight modules can be completed in 30 minutes or less.
- Pre-test: Measures what students know about a topic before they complete the module.
- Introduction: Brief description of the module and what students can expect to learn.
- Forums: A place for students to offer their thoughts about a topic. Forum answers can be shared among all students participating in the course.
- Activities: Designed to be interesting and informative for students.
- Journal Entries: A place for students to offer thoughts about a topic.
- Post-test: Same as the pre-test. Measures how students’ answers changed as a result of the learning they did.
- Explore More: Designed for students who want more in-depth information about the topic covered in each module.
- Teachers’ Resources: Additional sources of information to help teachers in classroom instruction.