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Ulm

Traditional Games Certification Clinic Level 1 & 2

Individuals wishing to teach traditional games must complete our certification process. There are three levels of certification, each requiring the previous level completion.

Traditional Games Certification Clinic Level 1 & 2
Traditional Games Certification Clinic Level 1 & 2

Time & Location

Apr 08, 2024, 9:00 AM – Apr 10, 2024, 12:30 PM

Ulm, 342 Ulm Vaughn Rd, Ulm, MT 59485, USA

About the event

ITGS clinics are for everyone! The games offer effective tools for healthy living across the board, applying to families, bands, clans, tribal programs, schools, colleges, museums, parks & recreation, health programs, youth programs, and more!

Since Browning Middle School teachers researched the "Blackfeet Children's Games" in 1990, many communities in Montana have found that the nature of games brings joy to classroom learning and to community events.

The American Indian games involved stories, crafting, values, history, and play. The subject areas for learning cross over from Health Enhancement into math, arts and crafts, music, social studies, and science.

The games also offer a framework of learning for those who have not been exposed to Indian culture or history. Non-native teachers have gained incredible knowledge of Native culture and history through ITGS certification clinics, always offered to various ages, ethnicities, and social-economical statuses.

Tickets

  • FPBJ Traditional Games Clinic

    4/8/24-4/10/24

    $350.00
    +$8.75 service fee

Total

$0.00

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