children in the classroom interactive with Native Knowledge 360 resources
Native Knowledge 360° Education Initiative
Transforming teaching and learning
about Native Americans
Join our email list for news on educator
workshops and programs.
In the Spotlight
Looking to explore NK360° professional development opportunities? Start with webinars that examine tribal sovereignty and its importance when teaching and learning about Native Americans. View more recorded webinars.
What is Tribal Sovereignty?
Listen to award-winning journalist Rebecca Nagle (Cherokee Nation) explain tribal sovereignty and its importance today.
Why Sovereignty Matters, Part 1
Learn about sovereignty, including non-political components such as cultural autonomy.
Why Sovereignty Matters, Part 2
Learn about local-level actions by Native communities to affirm and exercise cultural autonomy and find NK360° resources that support teaching about cultural autonomy and tribal self-governance.
Featured Teacher and Student Programs
Becoming a Native Knowledge 360° Educator: A Deeper Dive into More Complete Narratives about American Indian Removal
February 7, 2023

Learn about the online inquiry, American Indian Removal: What does it Mean to Remove a People and identify aspects of the lesson that show more complete narratives about the scope, scale, and legacy of American Indian Removal.

Program Details

Youth in Action | Digital Futures for Women
March 1, 2023
In an industry that is often dominated by men, how are Native women making space for themselves and others?
Juventud en acción | Futuros digitales para las mujeres
1 de marzo de 2023
En una industria que suele estar dominada por los hombres, ¿cómo logran abrirse espacio las mujeres indígenas para sí mismas y para los demás?
Program DetailsAprende más

Youth in Action | Film Futures
April 1, 2023
How are emerging filmmakers using film as a force for activism?
Juventud en acción | Futuros del cine
1 de abril de 2023
¿Cómo utilizan los cineastas emergentes el cine como una fuerza de activismo?
Program DetailsAprende más
Explore NK360° Educational Resources
Search the museum’s collection
Frequently Asked Questions about Native Americans
What is the correct terminology: American Indian, Indian, Native American, Indigenous, or Native?